This week’s Cult of Mac Magazine has loads in store for your weekend wind-down. Following our coverage of WWDC 2016 the previous week, we’ve got more iPhone 7 rumors for you including the possibility of a dual-lense camera.
And, discover the news changes and design overhauls iOS 10 brings to the Apple Music and Apple News apps. Plus, screaming terrific deals on the G-BOOM Bluetooth speaker, and the opportunity to get five years of unlimited cloud storage for just $29 per month.
Finally, the CultCast expounds on all those iPhone 7 leaks!
All this, and much much more, in Cult of Mac Magazine, free for you right now.
Here are this week’s top stories.
iPhone 7 will be boring, according to WSJ Rumors that the iPhone 7 will be a snooze-worthy update have been seemingly confirmed today by The Wall Street Journal. Plus: iPhone 7 will have more design changes you won’t notice, Price leak promises Pro model 256GB of storage, iPhone 7 to include Lightning adapter, Maybe dual-lens camera is coming
4 lessons Apple Car should learn from Tesla
With all the recent rumors that Apple will build an electric car within the next few years, obviously Cupertino is going to be compared to Tesla Motors. Tesla sold more than 50,000 model S sedans in 2015, so I’m taking a look at four Apple Car lessons that Tim Cook and Jony Ive should learn from Tesla.
iOS 10 hands on: Everything that’s new in Apple Music and Apple News
iOS 10 brings much-needed design overhauls for the Apple Music and Apple News apps. The big iOS update, which is currently in beta but should hit iPhones and iPads this fall, brings huge changes to the Apple Music UI as well as minor improvements to navigation in the music app.
Apple Watch is getting better at fitness tracking, but it still sucks for running
Apple all but confirmed that Apple Watch is really just a health gadget. Tim Cook described it offhandedly as a “device for a healthy life,” and most of the watchOS 3 segment of the keynote was devoted to health and fitness.
This Bluetooth speaker lives up to the name ‘boombox’
With all the effete Bluetooth speakers out there — designed to be compact and pretty — the G-BOOM does away with pretense and gets right to the point.
Get 5 years of unlimited cloud backup for less than a dollar a month
Losing or breaking a phone can be very upsetting. G-Cloud’s app for iOS and Android makes it easy to back up all your devices’ files on Amazon’s super-secure AWS Cloud. You can get it now for $29 at Cult of Mac Deals.
There’s even more great stuff in this week’s fantastic issue of Cult of Mac Magazine, so grab your own version today. It’s as perfect as a petunia on your iPad.