Vergecast: Two more iPhones, Apple’s ‘Another Thing’ occasion
We started this week with some reviews of the alternatively-sized iPhone 12 s– the mini and the Pro Max We ended today with a brand new episode of The Vergecast All that things in between? That’s what our Vergecast team discussed on the show today.
Vergecast co-hosts Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn start the program discussing their reviews of the new iPhones– Nilay on the Pro Max and Dieter on the mini– and how the truly huge iPhone and the smallest iPhone rank in battery life, screen size, and ergonomics.
Think it or not, there was another Apple event on Tuesday. Throughout its ” Another Thing” hardware event, we saw Apple debut its own M1 processor chips, which power a new Macbook Air, Macbook Pro, and Mac mini Deputy editor Dan Seifert and news editor Chaim Gartenberg sign up with the program to talk about these brand-new computer systems, their processors, and how possibly effective they are.
There’s a little bit more in between all of that– like people vaping into Xbox consoles, Google’s upgraded image storage plan, and the reason that a bunch of The Edge‘s Macs weren’t working right prior to this program.
Listen here or in your favored podcast player to hear the complete Vergecast conversation.
Stories from this week:
- United States sees 2 days with over 100,000 reported COVID-19 cases
- COVID-19 vaccine is extremely effective, manufacturers report
- iPhone 12 mini evaluation: fit to size
- iPhone 12 Pro Max evaluation: the very best smart device electronic camera
- The 5 most significant announcements from Apple’s ‘One More Thing’ hardware event
- Mac users couldn’t release apps this afternoon after Apple confirmation server issue
- Apple announces MacBook Air with Apple’s Arm-based M1 processor
- Apple states new Arm-based M1 chip provides the ‘longest battery life ever in a Mac’
- All the apps and video games Apple promises for Arm-based Macs
- Apple reveals new Arm-based Mac mini with M1 chip, beginning at $699
- Apple’s first Arm-based 13- inch MacBook Pro is here with an M1 chip
- Apple’s brand-new M1 computers top out at 16 GB of RAM
- The greatest distinction in between the brand-new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro is a fan
- Apple’s M1 Mac design highlights connection over complexity
- HomePod mini review
- macOS Big Sur is now available to download
- Google will end its totally free unrestricted Pictures storage on June 1, 2021
- Microsoft: ‘please do not blow vape smoke into your Xbox Series X’
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