1 hr 11 min

Everything you want to know about the new iPads! (CultCast #646‪)‬ The CultCast

    • Technology

This week, you know what’s up — it’s ALL about the new iPads! The surprises, the disappointments, the questions answered. But most importantly… who won the prediction game?
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This week’s stories:
Apple supersizes iPad Air with 13-inch model
The new iPad Air is available with a gigantic 13-inch display for the first time. The new iPad Airs run on the M2 processor, which Apple says is 50% faster than the M1 chip in the 2022 iPad Air and three times faster than the fourth-gen iPad Air with the A14 Bionic chip. iPad Pro upgraded with beautiful OLED display, M4 chip
The 2024 iPad Pro is the first with an OLED screen and — shocking! — it runs on the Apple M4 processor. Yes, the iPad Pro beat the Mac to Apple's latest chip! First M4 iPad Pro benchmarks show 21% performance increase over M3 Steve Troughton-Smith on Mastodon Apple’s ‘Crush!’ ad touting new iPad Pro draws ire Apple Pencil Pro adds ‘squeeze’ gesture, haptic feedback, Find My and more New Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro features a bigger glass trackpad with haptic feedback iPad 10 gets a much-deserved price cut
Alongside the M4 iPad Pros and M2 iPad Air, Apple announced a price drop for the 10th-generation iPad. The tablet now costs $349, making it $100 cheaper than before. Updated Pro apps:
Final Cut Pro adds live multi-camera recording Logic Pro updates bring powerful new tools for music-makers “Let Loose” Prediction Results

This week, you know what’s up — it’s ALL about the new iPads! The surprises, the disappointments, the questions answered. But most importantly… who won the prediction game?
This episode supported by:
Listeners like you. Your support helps us fund CultCast Off-Topic, a new weekly podcast of bonus content available for everyone; and helps us secure the future of the podcast. You also get access to The CultClub Discord, where you can chat with us all week long, give us show topics, and even end up on the show. Support The CultCast at support.thecultcast.com — OR at CultOf9to5MacRumors.com .
Notion AI can now give you instant answers to your questions, using information from across your wiki, projects, docs and meeting notes. Go to notion.com/cultcast to try the powerful Notion AI today.
The Bilt Mastercard® is the first card to offer points on rent with no transaction fee. Earn points by paying rent right now when you go to joinbilt.com/CULTCAST
This week’s stories:
Apple supersizes iPad Air with 13-inch model
The new iPad Air is available with a gigantic 13-inch display for the first time. The new iPad Airs run on the M2 processor, which Apple says is 50% faster than the M1 chip in the 2022 iPad Air and three times faster than the fourth-gen iPad Air with the A14 Bionic chip. iPad Pro upgraded with beautiful OLED display, M4 chip
The 2024 iPad Pro is the first with an OLED screen and — shocking! — it runs on the Apple M4 processor. Yes, the iPad Pro beat the Mac to Apple's latest chip! First M4 iPad Pro benchmarks show 21% performance increase over M3 Steve Troughton-Smith on Mastodon Apple’s ‘Crush!’ ad touting new iPad Pro draws ire Apple Pencil Pro adds ‘squeeze’ gesture, haptic feedback, Find My and more New Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro features a bigger glass trackpad with haptic feedback iPad 10 gets a much-deserved price cut
Alongside the M4 iPad Pros and M2 iPad Air, Apple announced a price drop for the 10th-generation iPad. The tablet now costs $349, making it $100 cheaper than before. Updated Pro apps:
Final Cut Pro adds live multi-camera recording Logic Pro updates bring powerful new tools for music-makers “Let Loose” Prediction Results

1 hr 11 min

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