This week on Cult of Mac’s podcast: It sounds like Apple’s partnership with Goldman Sachs is on the rocks. What does that mean for the future of Apple Card?
Also on The CultCast:
- The latest iOS 17.2 beta reveals some interesting new features.
- Apple’s deal with Arm is pretty sweet … and pretty annoying for Arm!
- Those panicky headlines about NameDrop you’ve been seeing that paint the iOS 17 feature as danger to children? Ignore them.
- Apple seems pretty committed to Vision Pro: Multiple lower-priced versions of the headset are reportedly in the works.
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This week’s top Apple news
Here are the headlines we’re talking about on this week’s show:
- Apple reportedly ending Apple Card partnership with Goldman Sachs
- Everything new in iOS 17.2 beta 4 (MacRumors)
- Arm ain’t happy about how little Apple pays for its chip tech
- Why iPhone NameDrop feature is not a security risk
- Report: Work on multiple next-gen Vision Pro headsets ongoing, including cheaper model (MacRumors)