iPad Stage Manager Deep-Dive, Apple TV 4K Reviews, iPhone 14 Pro Camera

Stage Manager running on an iPad Pro

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Apple is done releasing hardware in 2022, in-depth on Stage Manager for iPad and Mac, initial reviews of the new Apple TV 4K are out, we highlight Halide’s iPhone 14 Pro camera review, and more, on this week’s episode of the AppleInsider podcast.

First up, we talk about a piece of information hidden in the earnings report. Tim Cook directly said that Apple’s lineup is set for the holidays, contradicting rumors of new MacBook Pro models.

Stephen gives Stage Manager on iPad a try and has some thoughts about the feature. Your hosts discuss the iPadOS 16.1review and what Stage Manager needs to become more useful.

Initial shipments of the Apple TV 4K go out to customers on Friday, and it might just be worth the upgrade. The combination of more storage and faster processor is expected to benefit Apple Arcade users.

The iPhone 14 Pro camera system continues to impress, though the larger minimum focus distance takes some getting used to. The camera review from the developer of Halide provides a great look at what the iPhone camera is capable of.

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