The pivotal moments in Apple’s 40-year history, this week on The CultCast

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It's a "thousand songs in your pocket..."
Photo: Apple

This week on The CultCast: We look into the past at some of the most pivotal moments in Apple’s 40-year history. Plus: Why the iPhone 7 Plus may be your only choice for dual cameras; what it’s like downsizing from the iPhone 6s to the SE; and we pitch our favorite new tech and vote on which is best in an all-new Faves N Raves!

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We talk iPhone 7s features and Tesla’s Model 3 on The CultCast

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The new and very svelt Tesla Model 3.
The new and very svelt Tesla Model 3.
Photo: Tesla

This week on Cult of Mac’s: Rumors point to an iPhone 7s with a drastic redesign, facial recognition and the return of the glass front and back. Plus: Folks around the world line up for the Tesla Model 3; Apple is making a show about apps hosted by technology expert musician Will.i.am; why the new iPad Pro is not a notebook replacement for the masses; and, in a bizarre plot twist, Apple seeks FBI’s iPhone unlocking secrets.

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Ultra-thin Macbook Pros and the big vs. little iPad Pro on The CultCast

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They might share the same name, but they're not the same iPad.
They might share the same name, but they're not the same iPad.
Photo: Apple

This week on The CultCast: Apple’s new iPhone SE is an insane value; the significant differences between the big and small iPad Pros; new rumors point to major MacBook Pro redesigns in June; future keynotes need more yak; and the cool features in the new tvOS 9.2 update.

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New Macs? One more thing? Catch our March 21 event predictions on The CultCast

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The WWDC keynote is right around the corner!
Photo: Forbes

This week on The CultCast: Will we see new Macs? Perhaps the elusive “One more thing”? Don’t miss our March 21 Apple event predictions and expectations. Plus: How Instagram is about to be ruined; reports of an Apple Car price and ship date surface; why pirates are excited for the AyeCar; and some new iPhone 7 leaks echo familiar rumors.

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We decipher Apple’s March 21st event invitation, this week on The CultCast

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Apple March 21 event invite
What do you mean?!
Photo: Apple

This week on The CultCast: it’s official, Apple is going to “loop us in” at their March 21 press event. Join us as we decode the mysterious event invitation. Plus: some new leaks give us glimpses at the iPhone SE and iPhone 7 designs; the incredible size and scope of Apple’s new spaceship campus; and don’t miss the stuff we’re embarrassed to secretly love in an all-new Get To Know Ur Cultist.

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Rumors of a super-slim iPhone 7 plus our list of most-wanted features on The CultCast

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Sneeze and it's gone: iPhone 7 may be super-duper thin.
Sneeze and it's gone: iPhone 7 may be super-duper thin.
Concept designs by: Yasser Farahi

This week on The CultCast: Rumors point to an insanely thin iPhone 7, but what about battery life? Plus: Our list of most-wanted iPhone 7 features; why only some of us are excited for iPhone SE; why the new iPad may have a killer new camera; and if you want to hear Leander complain about Mariah Carey and Maroon 5, stay tuned for Leander Loves Pop!

FBI vs. Apple heats up, Siri on OS X, new MacBooks and more on The CultCast

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Siri's coming to a Mac near you.
Siri's coming to a Mac near you.
Illustration: Aurélien Salomon

This week on The CultCast: With the FBI-versus-Apple privacy battle heating up, some lawyers say Tim Cook could land in jail; why Siri in the next version of OS X may point to redesigned MacBooks; and, just how much would you pay for a box of Steve Jobs’ old crap? Plus we pitch you our favorite tech and apps in an all-new Faves ‘N Raves!

Redesigned MacBooks in June? We’ll tell you why the timing is right, on The CultCast

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New Apple hardware in March on The CultCast
MacBook Pros received their last big update in 2012. It's time for change.
Image: Erfon Elijah/Cult of Mac

This week on The CultCast: Major MacBook Pro and Air redesigns may be coming in June; the magic of the MagSafe adapter; the best Mac for college; Apple versus the FBI; Apple explains “Error 53” and offers up a fix; and stay tuned for our favorite shows and apps in an all-new What We’re Into!

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Is Apple doing too much? Catch the discussion on The CultCast

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Apple car truck
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you: the Apple Car.
Photo: devastatormonstertruck.com

This week: Neighbors complain of “motor noises” emanating from Apple’s secret auto labs; the strange error that’s bricking iPhones everywhere (and how to avoid it); and, has Apple lost their way? Some pundits argue Cupertino needs to shape up and start shipping better products. We discuss!

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Apple’s rumored March event: Catch our hardware expectations on The CultCast

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New Apple hardware in March?  Party time!
New Apple hardware in March? Party time!
Photo: Kickboxer, Lionsgate

This week: New hardware, incoming! We’ll tell you our hardware expectations for Apple’s rumored March 2016 event, and there’s a lot to discuss. Plus: Why the next iPad Air could be the best one yet; iPhone 7 may have far fewer features than expected; and, is Apple making a move into virtual reality?

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