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Apple announces new iMacs, AirTags, and iPad Pro / Congress is diving into the App Store fight The Vergecast

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Vergecast hosts Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn discuss all the product announcements from Apple's Spring Loaded event this week with Verge news editor Chaim Gartenberg.
Verge politics reporter Makena Kelly details what happened at Wednesday's congressional hearing focusing on competition in Apple's App Store.
Further reading:

What we’re learning from the rare cases of COVID-19 in vaccinated people

Alexa can now tell you where to find a COVID-19 vaccine

Doctors are testing a prescription video game for COVID-19 ‘brain fog’

Wisconsin amends Foxconn’s contract to reflect radically smaller project

Apple’s Spring Loaded event: the 8 biggest announcements

Apple Podcasts launches in-app subscriptions

Can Apple get you to pay for podcasts?

Apple AirTag hands-on

Apple’s AirTags don’t have a built-in keychain loop, and we have some thoughts

Apple announces new Apple TV 4K

Apple unveils an improved remote for its Apple TV

Yes, older Apple TVs can also be calibrated with your iPhone

Apple announces thinner iMac with M1 chip and bright colors

New Touch ID Magic Keyboards work with all M1 Macs, not just the iMac

Apple launches new iPad Pro with M1 processor

How the M1-powered iPad Pro compares to other iPad models

Any video conferencing app can use the iPad Pro’s fancy zoom and pan camera

Big iPad, Mini LED: why Apple’s new iPad Pro display is better and brighter

Put macOS on the iPad, you cowards

Congress is diving into the App Store fight

Lina Kahn on Amazon’s antitrust paradox

Apple’s $64 billion-a-year app store isn’t catching the most egregious scams

Sen. Tammy Duckworth on hate crimes, racism, and environmental justice

Asian Activists are tracking the surge in hate crimes as police reporting falls short

Inside the glass fibers connecting our wireless world


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Vergecast hosts Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn discuss all the product announcements from Apple's Spring Loaded event this week with Verge news editor Chaim Gartenberg.
Verge politics reporter Makena Kelly details what happened at Wednesday's congressional hearing focusing on competition in Apple's App Store.
Further reading:

What we’re learning from the rare cases of COVID-19 in vaccinated people

Alexa can now tell you where to find a COVID-19 vaccine

Doctors are testing a prescription video game for COVID-19 ‘brain fog’

Wisconsin amends Foxconn’s contract to reflect radically smaller project

Apple’s Spring Loaded event: the 8 biggest announcements

Apple Podcasts launches in-app subscriptions

Can Apple get you to pay for podcasts?

Apple AirTag hands-on

Apple’s AirTags don’t have a built-in keychain loop, and we have some thoughts

Apple announces new Apple TV 4K

Apple unveils an improved remote for its Apple TV

Yes, older Apple TVs can also be calibrated with your iPhone

Apple announces thinner iMac with M1 chip and bright colors

New Touch ID Magic Keyboards work with all M1 Macs, not just the iMac

Apple launches new iPad Pro with M1 processor

How the M1-powered iPad Pro compares to other iPad models

Any video conferencing app can use the iPad Pro’s fancy zoom and pan camera

Big iPad, Mini LED: why Apple’s new iPad Pro display is better and brighter

Put macOS on the iPad, you cowards

Congress is diving into the App Store fight

Lina Kahn on Amazon’s antitrust paradox

Apple’s $64 billion-a-year app store isn’t catching the most egregious scams

Sen. Tammy Duckworth on hate crimes, racism, and environmental justice

Asian Activists are tracking the surge in hate crimes as police reporting falls short

Inside the glass fibers connecting our wireless world


Subscribe to The Hill Report newsletter
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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