Engadget Podcast: Gearing up for Apple’s WWDC 2023

Written by Jeff Lampkin

We’re prepping for Apple’s Worldwide Builders Convention! This week, Cherlynn and Devindra chat in regards to the bulletins they’re anticipating at WWDC, together with new computer systems with M2 chips (and doubtlessly a revamped MacBook Air!). What’s subsequent for iOS and MacOS – will lockscreen widgets actually be helpful? And so they maintain out hope to listen to one thing in regards to the firm’s AR/VR glasses. Additionally, they talk about the stunning information about Sheryl Sandberg leaving Meta, in addition to Microsoft’s new Floor Laptop computer Go 2.

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  • What to anticipate at WWDC 2023 – 1:29

  • Might Apple AR Glasses make an look? Some rumors – 2:30

  • Doable information on iPhone 14, iOS 16, iPadOS, and WatchOS – 14:10

  • Youtube’s TV app now permits you to use your telephone as a second display – 30:15

  • Floor Laptop computer Go 2 announcement – 33:19

  • Sheryl Sandberg leaves Fb after 14 years – 36:23

  • France bans English e-sports terminology – 42:33

  • Engaged on – 44:22

  • Popular culture picks – 52:38


Hosts: Cherlynn Low and Devindra Hardawar
Producer: Ben Ellman
Music: Dale North and Terrence O’Brien
Livestream producers: Julio Barrientos
Graphic artists: Luke Brooks and Brian Oh

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Jeff Lampkin

Jeff Lampkin was the first writer to have joined He has since then inculcated very effective writing and reviewing culture at GamePolar which rivals have found impossible to imitate. His approach has been to work on the basics while the whole world was focusing on the superstructures.