What could we see in the new iPhones next year? Will there also be new MacBooks? And your hot takes! That’s all in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
This is episode 660 with Jason Cross, Leif Johnson, and Roman Loyola.
Listen to episode 660
Here are articles for more information on the news we talked about on the show.
2020 iPhone rumors: Apple could finally give us a 120Hz ‘ProMotion’ display
3 reasons why Apple would want to buy Intel’s mobile modem chip business (other than the iPhone)
Supply Chain Expects New 16-Inch MacBook Pro, 13-Inch MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air to Launch in October (MacRumors)
Feature discussion: Keeping iPhone users
Next week, Apple will reveal its third-quarter earnings for 2019, and the focus will be on iPhone sales, which many analysts believe will be down again. Apple’s past results and surveys by non-Apple entities show that iPhone growth has stalled, and in some areas, users are leaving the iPhone. What can Apple do to turn this around? This is our main topic of discussion for the show.
For more information, click on the links below.
Apple is poised to lose lots of iPhone users if it keeps ignoring the middle
How Apple could simplify its complex iPhone line-up this fall
Now it’s time for the Two-minute tip. On this part of the show, a Macworld staffer will present a quick tip for your Apple device. This week, Jason has a tip for your iPhone and iOS 13. Here are the details:
Your hot takes
We love hearing from you. Let us know what you’re thinking via email at at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can contact us through Twitter ( @macworld) or on Facebook.
Here are a few comments that caught our eye.
Is the higher cost of Macs (compared to PCs) worth it?: @ChrisC_NMsummer
Recent MacBook lineup changes: @benrothke
Recent MacBook lineup changes: @roodsmedia
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