M3 Max performance, iOS 17.2 Journal app, new Apple TV app

M3 MacBook Pros



M3 Max benchmark show incredible MacBook Pro performance, iOS 17.2 Journal app hands on, and the redesigned Apple TV app on the AppleInsider Podcast.

The Scary Fast Apple Event revealed the M3 family processors and new Macs to go with them. Initial benchmarks show promising results with the M3 Max meeting M2 Ultra performance.

The Journal app in iOS 17.2iOS 17 holds a lot of secrets, but mostly from Apple. The app itself is barebones in the beta but some suggestions and app settings show it will have promising functionality at launch.

Your hosts discuss the Apple TV interface update in tvOS 17.2 and what it could mean for the future of the platform. Since apps and Channels have equal weight within the app now, it could be a sign of better service integrations later.

Apple’s event was an interesting affair with its late airing time and spooky aesthetic, but one of the most talked about pieces of news has to do with the event production itself. A banner at the end of the video said the entire event was shot on iPhone and edited on Mac, bringing forth plenty of pundit commentary and controversy.

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