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The Macalope If you were bored by the iPhone 13, that's okay. Stay Foolish Why would Apple keep what could be considered outdated products in its lineup? They actually play important marketing roles. The Macalope Apple seems pretty happy and Epic seems pretty mad but some people can't read the room. Stay Foolish Apple's "California streaming" event on Tuesday promises to bring major updates to Apple's most popular products. Here's what we could see at the event. Stay Foolish The App Store remains Apple's most significant vulnerability, the one that has put them in the crosshairs of competitors, regulators, and legislators alike. And now Apple needs to consider how fast it will evolve. The Macalope The rollback of changes to Safari in iOS 15 is pretty big, but Apple has long listened to feedback. Macworld Podcast Apple reached a settlement in a lawsuit with developers—and it looks like the developers got a raw deal. And who could be Apple’s next CEO? That‘s all in this episode of the Macworld Podcast. The Macalope Apple may have won the PR battle, but the war over the App Store is far from finished. Stay Foolish Every big tech company in the world has got to be looking down the road to figure out where our digital future is headed, and Apple's no exception. Macworld Podcast The next few weeks are going to be big for Apple, with several much-anticipated product releases. But which releases are we most excited about? We talk about what we’re looking forward to and why. The Macalope It's easy to throw Apple's marketing in its face, but the grass isn't greener on the other side of the walled garden. The Macalope As a developer pulls an app, Congress is eying forcing Apple to open up iOS. Stay Foolish Apple's value is like that of a country and threats to the company often come from countries themselves. And some of those threat are the biggest that Apple is facing at this very moment. Stay Foolish Apple and Google have major phones coming this fall and everyone should be paying attention. Macworld Podcast This episode of the Macworld Podcast is all about your hot takes from the Macworld Twitter and Facebook feeds. You have thoughts on what we wrote about Safari in iOS 15 and the MacBook Pro Touch Bar. Stay Foolish Apple's switch to its own processors is just the start of the company producing more of what makes its products run. Here's where Apple will cut ties with third-parties in the near future. The Macalope Apple should reconsider its ban on the iDOS app, a fun nod to the past. Stay Foolish iMessage is popular and Apple does add new features and capabilities, but there are some places where Apple's messaging system remains somewhat frustrating or even lackluster. The Macalope The Pegasus spyware has been found on iPhones but it's probably not on yours. Stay Foolish Sometimes you can trace the trajectory of technological advances to see how they might end up in an Apple device, and perhaps even get an idea of when.