‘M2’ MacBook Pro, iPad mini long-term review, and AirTag safety on the AppleInsider podcast
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On this week’s episode of the AppleInsider podcast, “iPhone 14 Pro” will include 8GB of RAM, M2 MacBook Pro is expected at March event, there are more AirTag anti-stalking features, plus we have a long-term review of the iPad mini.
Next, New York Attorney General Letitia James recently warned New Yorkers of the nefarious use of AirTags. This comes on the heels of Apple announcing changes to Find My, and adding more anti-stalking features to limit misuse of AirTag.
Four months after launch, your hosts provide a long-term review of iPad mini and what we hope to see updated in future models. iPad mini still suffers from display spacing issues, and ProMotion is a noticeable omission with Apple’s latest MacBook Pro and iPhone models including that feature.
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