What the big deal with Apple’s new credit card? Does Touch ID have a future in the iPhone? Does 5G have a future in the MacBook? And your hot takes! That’s all in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
This is episode 662 with Jason Cross, Leif Johnson, and Roman Loyola.
Listen to episode 662
Here are articles for more information on the news we talked about on the show.
Apple halts Siri ‘grading’ program, promises opt-out in upcoming software update
So Apple’s going to stop listening in on your Siri requests. Now what?
An iPhone with in-screen Touch ID could ship as soon as 2021 (AppleInsider)
16-inch MacBook Pro: Report says it will have a 9th-gen Intel core processor
Feature discussion: Apple Card
Apple has a released a new kind of “product” to a limited number of folks: It’s the Apple Card, the company’s credit card done in conjunction with Goldman Sachs. The card will eventually be available to the general public, and even a couple of Macworld staffers are going to get one. Are you interested in the Apple Card? Why should you be interested in the first place?
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Now it’s time for the Two-minute tip, where a Macworld staffer will present a quick tip for your Apple device. This week, Jason has a tip for folks who love Apple ads. Here are the details:
- Playlist: Heard in Apple ads (Apple)
AppleMusic.info: list of songs used by Apple in commercials, keynote addresses, presentations, and other marketing materials.
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 couple of comments that caught our eye.
5G MacBook rumor: James Wages
Apple releases macOS 10.14.6 update: John Hathcock
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