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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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Early benchmarks show the iPhone X is faster than the Galaxy S9. Plus: DXO Mark ranks the Galaxy S9 Plus the best phone camera and Apple's working on a giant iPhone X Plus.
AirPods will soon get some of Siri's smarts, new iPads are expected in March and Fast Company names Apple No. 1 of its Most Innovative Companies for 2018.
Apple confirms the HomePod leaves white rings on some wooden surfaces, but it isn't the only one. We dive deep into the HomePod with our review on the end.
New hardware and software design will reduce the effect of Apple's performance management software on the iPhone X, 8 and 8 Plus. The HomePod reviews are here, and AirPower could come in March.
Apple's quarterly earnings show that iPhone sales are healthy, but they still missed expectations. Also, iOS 12 will delay new features in favor of focusing on performance improvements, and Mario Kart is coming! In 2019.
Apple previews iOS 11.3, the HomePod gets a Feb. 9 release date, Apple's not really canceling the iPhone X and it's getting back into e-books.
For Apple to move toward bringing iOS and MacOS together as one was just a matter of time. Is Apple throttling the performance of older iPhones with worn-down batteries? Plus, it's the four-year anniversary of the Mac Pro.
Net neutrality is dead, the iMac Pro brings power with no expansion, and what will the Apple-Shazam partnership bring?
New iPhone 2018 rumors, Amazon Prime Video is finally on the Apple TV and iOS 11 is the worst iOS release we have ever seen. It's not even close.
The HomePod is delayed to "early 2018," new iMac Pro details are out before its December release and an Apple TV tip from a caller!
The iPhone X has its share of bugs and issues at launch, the 2018 iPad Pro will be getting a whole lot more speed, and your 10-year-old son might be able to unlock your iPhone's Face ID.
The iOS “i ” has been fixed, the 2018 iPad will bring Face ID and Animoji karaoke is a thing
Scott Stein joins the show for the two biggest changes worth talking about on the iPhone X: Face ID and the loss of the Home button.
Brian tells us his secrets for scoring an iPhone X on launch day. Bloomberg says Apple reduced the quality of its face recognition system in order to get more iPhones out in time. Plus, Apple is getting sued over the Animoji trademark.
Tim Cook responds to a customer about the future of the Mac Mini, and the latest iPhone X updates.
Movies Anywhere is the service we've all been asking for. Also, Apple is working with LG on a foldable iPhone for sometime after 2020, and ARKit continues to grow.
Google's all-new lineup features surprises like the Pixelbook and Pixel Buds. As for Google Clips... no.
Apple releases a document detailing how Face ID works and adapts when your face changes; iOS 11 battery life is still brutal after the iOS 11.0.1 update; and the FCC wants Apple to activate FM radio on the iPhone.
Is the Apple Watch that bad? Did Apple do enough with the Apple TV 4K? Are the new iPhone 8 and 8 Plus boring? We take a deep dive into Apple's latest product line with the man who reviewed them for CNET, Scott Stein.
It's a one-on-one interview with Mark Gurman, talking about everything from Apple's keynote. Brian gets the skinny from the man behind so many of the major Apple scoops you've checked out.
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