This week on Cult of Mac’s podcast: Erfon returns from his Florida vacation just in time to rave about the Apple Watch Ultra and share some tips on how to use the iPhone 14 Pro’s Dynamic Island.
Also on The CultCast:
- Remembering Steve Jobs, who died 11 years ago this week.
- The iPhone’s switch from Lightning to USB-C is coming sooner rather than later.
- Are iPhone cameras really good enough to replace DSLRs?
- Vacation talk, including how Erfon barely avoided a nasty Hurricane Ian surprise.
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This week’s top Apple news
Here are the headlines we’re talking about on this week’s show:
- Today in Apple history: Steve Jobs dies at 56
- EU passes law forcing Apple to switch to USB-C by 2024
- How to control the Dynamic Island with swipes (@rjonesy on Twitter
- Take high-resolution 48MP photos with your iPhone 14 Pro
- Best Apple Watch Ultra bands: Rugged and ready for adventure
- 9 things you probably didn’t know about Apple Watch Ultra
Weekly Cult of Mac giveaway
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