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Stay up to date with the latest Apple news and rumors on The Apple Core. Vanessa Hand Orellana breaks down the week's top headlines in 10 minutes or less: product leaks, launch events and early access to the latest hardware and software releases.
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Bigger is better, with three new iPhone Xs coming in 2018. Apple's working on releasing new AirPods this year and its own Apple on-ear headphones as well.
New iPads are just around the corner. Can you really use mayo to remove HomePod "white rings"? And Apple employees are walking into the glass walls of their spaceship campus.
It's only been a week and the HomePod is facing its first big issue. iOS 12 is focusing on quality over quantity and Samsung is bringing its own 3D emojis this year.
Brian Tong digs into the nuances of the Apple HomePod, which sounds great -- but there's more to a smart speaker than just sound.
The Apple Watch still has no Podcast App from Apple but Outcast is the best one out there.
Apple delivers with great sound, but does it do anything better? iOS 11.3 gets a new Battery Health feature, and we've got Apple Watch and iPad news.
Apple will focus on cleaning up its buggy iOS 11 and prioritize that over rolling out all-new features for iPhones in 2018. Also, Apple's working on new Macs with new co-processors, and the HomePod is still available.
We get the HomePod's release date; iOS 11.3 will bring ARKit 1.5, battery management and new Animojis; plus, that girl is still using an iPad in a tree.
We'll break down all the new Apple HomePod details you need to know. Apple announced the HomePod's Jan. 26 preorder open before its Feb. 9 release date.
We read the emails, tweets and YouTube comments from you that have helped us create the best tech videos on planet Earth.
Comments (5)

Michael Toy

No more updates?

May 25th
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Michael Toy

I knew apple was restricted, but this is just overkill.

Feb 16th
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iTunes User

Brian Tong has a lot energy, but my question is will he be able to bring us new or different information in a timely manner. Engadget, boy genius, mac rumors, etc. many times have the inside track, so I hope he has some good sources to keep up. My biggest concern is with so many sites, pod, and video casts focusing on technology and apple products will this get lost in the mix. Length of show also might be an issue as it is very difficult to showcase products in less than 5 minutes... again... first show, so time will tell. The quality is awesome as it is offered in both standard and HD... nice touch. The first episode is a re-hash of old news, so we'll have to give it more time. Overall... worth giving a month or two to see how it develops.

Aug 30th
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iTunes User

This is a nice balance of zany fun with highly informative and succinct information on all things Apple. In comparison to the hot, but HIGHLY annoying Cari "OH MY GAWD" Lewis of Geekbeat.tv, this show is a tour-de-force. It's amazing that some shows forget the focus is on information with fun mixed in, not vice versa!

Aug 30th
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iTunes User

Informative, creative, humorous, edgy...Brian Tong is definitely is a breath of fresh air. Not a stodgy run of the mill monotone gadget-geek. He makes tech stylish! Good move CNET...it worked! You have tapped into a whole new demographic of subscribers and would be passers-by!

Aug 30th
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