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In this week's AppleInsider podcast, your hosts highlight our favorite iPhone apps and discuss the 2022 Apple Device Roadmap, while Apple's design team reveals images from inside Apple Park.
We should also see the next generation of M1 chip, probably "M2", next year in MacBook Air and possibly iPad Pro. Other rumors that we examine in this episode include several Apple Watch models with a new and robust SE version, which was corroborated by analyst Ming Chi-Kuo.
Far from possible future releases, Apple has now quietly introduced a new upgrade program for the MacBook, especially for business customers. Business users can sign up for up to $ 30 a month for a MacBook Air and up to $ 75 for a 16-inch MacBook Pro. This rental program will allow companies to earn more cars at a lower initial cost and also upgrade to new cars in the future.
In a new interview with Wallpaper* For the first time, Apple's design team showed images inside Apple Park.
Finally, we complete the show by highlighting some of the best iPhone apps for productivity, notes, calendar, games, and more.
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