This edition of the Macworld Podcast is dedicated to your opinions and reactions! Share your thoughts on the latest events in the realm of Apple! We’re excited to hear your perspective, so don’t miss out on this episode!
This is the 859th episode featuring Jason Cross, Michael Simon, and Roman Loyola.
This installment focuses on the opinions of Macworld readers and listeners. We will be sharing and addressing the thoughts that were shared with us. All of the comments mentioned during the show are listed below.
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There is no longer a need for the iPhone SE.
David Price, one of our writers, expressed the view that Apple is no longer required to produce the iPhone SE. This viewpoint was met with disapproval from several readers.
The original Apple Watch is now obsolete.
Eight years ago, the first Apple Watch was released. In honor of this milestone, Apple has labeled it as an outdated product. This means that the company will no longer offer support for any necessary repairs or software updates.
This also implies that the solid-gold version of the watch, which was sold for $17,000, will no longer receive maintenance services from Apple. Although it may be functioning currently, it will eventually require repairs, and it cannot be serviced at an Apple Store.
Apple is creating a rival to Chromebooks.
Approximately one month ago, DigiTimes disclosed that Apple is developing a product that would rival Chromebooks. Despite finding the idea highly unlikely and laughing about it, the team at Macworld sought to gather any opinions from our readers.
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