This week on Cult of Mac’s podcast: Just how well does an M1 Max-powered MacBook Pro perform against a monster PC built out of top-tier components? The results might blow your mind. Again. And what does that say about the rumored iMac Pro we’ll see next year?
Also on The CultCast:
- Possible specs for next year’s iMac “Pro.”
- Crash detection coming for drivers with iPhones/Apple Watches?
- Our latest favorite TV shows and movies in an all-new What We’re Into!
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This week’s top Apple news
Here are the headlines we talk about on this week’s show:
- MacBook Pro M1 Max vs Windows Desktop (Jon Almas on YouTube)
- iMac Pro could make a comeback in 2022 with Apple’s newest M1 chips
- iPhone and Apple Watch could get car crash detection next year
- Apple’s Craig Federighi Says Sideloading on iPhone Would Open the Floodgates to Malware (MacRumors)
- Exciting sci-fi series Dr. Brain might be Apple TV+’s Squid Game [Apple TV+ review]
What We’re Into
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