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Macworld Podcast Apple’s new MacBook Pro is here in the Macworld offices, so we talk about it and its M1 Pro processor, its display, the notch, and more on this episode of the Macworld Podcast. The Macalope Ahem. Attention M1 Max denialists: If you don't like the M1 Max, just pretend it isn't all that. Stay Foolish How a small music player changed the world. The Macalope The iPhone 14 may not have certain features, but it's nothing to get mad about. Stay Foolish An interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook gives us a peek at the next evolutionary step for Apple: Finding a way to integrate our technology into the world around us. The Macalope Intel seems upset about something. Wonder what it is? Stay Foolish The staggered nature of iPad updates puts the iPad Air in a odd position in Apple's iPad lineup. Macworld Podcast On this episode of the show, we feature your hot takes from the Macworld social media feeds. We share what you wrote and we will offer our thoughts. The Macalope Apple says it wants to pass the Clean Energy Standard, but it also belongs to a group that's lobbying to kill it. So which is it? Macworld Podcast We take a close look at the iPhone 13 and 13 Pro, how they stack up against previous iPhones, and give you reason why you should or shouldn’t buy them in this episode of the Macworld Podcast. More Color Calling an iPhone "Pro" and carting out Hollywood directors and cinematographers to advertise iPhone features is overkill. Related to us on a personal level and you'll go far. The Macalope After years of telling everyone Android was on the cusp of developer dominance, Google now plays the underdog. 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 Stay Foolish Why would Apple keep what could be considered outdated products in its lineup?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.