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M2 MacBook Air DESTROYS other Macs, + why you SHOULDN’T hunt down AirTag thieves (CultCast #556‪)‬ The CultCast

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This week:
M2 MacBook Air blows away other Macs in speed test iPhone 14 Pro always-on screen behavior previewed in new iOS 16 wallpaper details Apple earnings beat pessimistic predictions Apple Maps extends cycling directions to all 50 states NYC man learns the hard way to not track down thieves with an AirTag This episode supported by
Easily create a beautiful website all by yourself, at Squarespace.com/cultcast. Use offer code CultCast at checkout to get 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain.
Cult of Mac's watch store is full of beautiful straps that cost way less than Apple's. See the full curated collection at Store.Cultofmac.com
CultCloth will keep your Mac Studio, Studio Display, iPhone 13, glasses and lenses sparkling clean, and for a limited time use code CULTCAST at checkout to score a free CarryCloth with any order at CultCloth.co.
This week's stories
M2 MacBook Air blows away other Macs in speed test
The new M2 MacBook Air got an amazing score on the Speedometer 2.0 benchmarking app. Apple’s latest notebook solidly beat other Macs in this test of web browser speed. iPhone 14 Pro always-on screen behavior previewed in new iOS 16 wallpaper details
9to5Mac found multiple references to always-on display support in iOS 16, which corroborates all the iPhone 14 Pro rumors. Apple earnings beat pessimistic predictions
Back in April, Apple warned that global supply constraints and COVID-19 lockdowns in China could sap between $4 billion and $8 billion in revenue from the June quarter. The company struggled to assemble enough Macs and iPads to meet demand, though it seems to have kept up with iPhone orders. Apple Maps extends cycling directions to all 50 states
If you ride a bike, now you can now get turn-by-turn navigation from Apple Maps in all 50 states. That’s because cycling directions recently arrived in Hawaii. I built a time machine. A time machine that sends you back to the era of iPods and boxed
NYC man learns the hard way to not track down thieves with an AirTag
A New York City man had his scooter stolen. But he’d put one of Apple’s AirTag item trackers on the bike, so he was able to track down the thieves … who beat the $%#@ out of him.

This week:
M2 MacBook Air blows away other Macs in speed test iPhone 14 Pro always-on screen behavior previewed in new iOS 16 wallpaper details Apple earnings beat pessimistic predictions Apple Maps extends cycling directions to all 50 states NYC man learns the hard way to not track down thieves with an AirTag This episode supported by
Easily create a beautiful website all by yourself, at Squarespace.com/cultcast. Use offer code CultCast at checkout to get 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain.
Cult of Mac's watch store is full of beautiful straps that cost way less than Apple's. See the full curated collection at Store.Cultofmac.com
CultCloth will keep your Mac Studio, Studio Display, iPhone 13, glasses and lenses sparkling clean, and for a limited time use code CULTCAST at checkout to score a free CarryCloth with any order at CultCloth.co.
This week's stories
M2 MacBook Air blows away other Macs in speed test
The new M2 MacBook Air got an amazing score on the Speedometer 2.0 benchmarking app. Apple’s latest notebook solidly beat other Macs in this test of web browser speed. iPhone 14 Pro always-on screen behavior previewed in new iOS 16 wallpaper details
9to5Mac found multiple references to always-on display support in iOS 16, which corroborates all the iPhone 14 Pro rumors. Apple earnings beat pessimistic predictions
Back in April, Apple warned that global supply constraints and COVID-19 lockdowns in China could sap between $4 billion and $8 billion in revenue from the June quarter. The company struggled to assemble enough Macs and iPads to meet demand, though it seems to have kept up with iPhone orders. Apple Maps extends cycling directions to all 50 states
If you ride a bike, now you can now get turn-by-turn navigation from Apple Maps in all 50 states. That’s because cycling directions recently arrived in Hawaii. I built a time machine. A time machine that sends you back to the era of iPods and boxed
NYC man learns the hard way to not track down thieves with an AirTag
A New York City man had his scooter stolen. But he’d put one of Apple’s AirTag item trackers on the bike, so he was able to track down the thieves … who beat the $%#@ out of him.

1 hr 5 min