M2 Extreme Mac Pro, Apple Watch Pro rumors and more on the AppleInsider podcastJuly 29, 2022
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On this week’s episode of the AppleInsider Podcast, your hosts discuss the changes to iMessage editing and undo send in iOS 16 beta 4, rumors about a new Mac Pro with M2 Extreme, the “Apple Watch Pro,” and using Safari Tab Groups.
The latest iOS 16 developer beta introduced changes to address a controversial new iMessage feature. Users will now be able to edit a text up to five times within fifteen minutes of sending it, and messages can be deleted within two minutes.
Rumors suggest Apple had a Mac Pro with the M1-series processor ready to go, but it was held back in favor of a future “M2 Extreme” model. Apple could still announce a Mac Pro with Apple Silicon in 2022, but it won’t be ready to release until 2023.
The hosts discuss the use cases for Safari Tab Groups and why they are made even better in iOS 16 and macOS Ventura. Between Focus Filters and Tab Group Favorites, there are a lot of options for customization.
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