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On the AppleInsider podcast, we review the new AirPods 3, discuss the leaks of a new iMac Pro, plus subscription price models, and get our hands on the new 14-inch MacBook Pro.
Apple is in the middle of the two-year transition to Apple Silicon, only the 27-inch iMac and Mac Pro remained using Intel chips. Leaker @Dylandkt posted on Twitter that the larger iMac will be updated in the first hall of 2022 with a ProMotion display, dark frames and Apple M1 Pro and M1 Mac chips.
While we wait for this, the popular note-taking and productivity app Notability recently announced a subscription-based price transition - and it didn't go well.
At first, the company said that users who had previously purchased the app should sign up for the annual subscription after a one-year grace period. Notability received a significant reaction from this change and gave back from forcing previous buyers to subscribe.
If a user has already purchased Notability, they will have lifetime access to the current feature set. Upcoming updates and new features will require a subscription, although the company also said it could include some free upgrades.
Next, it's time for the long-awaited AirPods 3, now focusing on improving sound quality and redesigned form factor. With the increased price of $ 179, however, users will have a difficult decision to make, as AirPods Pro are often on sale for $ 199 or less. We discuss the pros and cons of both models and how you can buy devices that AirPods.
Then there's the 14-inch MacBook Pro and how it is, how it works, in the real world. Co-host Wes being the first iPad user, we use this to also examine the key benefits of macOS over iPadOS and to describe the exchange experience through Apple.
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