Engadget Podcast: MacBook Air M2 evaluate, Apple betas and NASA’s area pics

By Cherlynn Low This week on the present, Cherlynn and Devindra dive into Apple’s new

By Cherlynn Low

This week on the present, Cherlynn and Devindra dive into Apple’s new MacBook Air M2 and its latest batch of OS betas. It seems a redesign and an entire new chip makes the MacBook Air much more compelling than earlier than (no less than greater than the 13-inch MacBook Professional). Additionally, we chat with Lisa Grossman, , concerning the astounding new photographs and information from the James Webb Area Telescope. It’s a transparent improve from Hubble, and NASA is simply getting began!

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  • Apple’s M2 MacBook Air is superb – 1:21

  • There’s a lot of enjoyable stuff to discover within the iOS 16 beta – 7:39

  • Stage Supervisor in MacOS Ventura is a step ahead for window group – 18:11

  • What’s new within the watchOS 9 beta – 24:11

  • New photos verify the James Webb Area Telescope will revolutionize astronomy – 30:44

  • Elon Musk is attempting to again out of his Twitter deal after three complete months – 53:14

  • Our Nothing Telephone 1 hands-on – 54:49

  • Listener Mail: A phishing check for workers at Lowe’s – 1:02:45

  • Engaged on – 1:05:58

  • Popular culture picks – 1:06:50

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Hosts: Cherlynn Low and Devindra Hardawar
Visitor: Lisa Grossman
Producer: Ben Ellman
Music: Dale North and Terrence O’Brien

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