Infinite Loop is the daily podcast of Applesfera, broadcast Monday to Friday at 7:00 a.m. (Spanish Peninsula time), in which we talk about Apple and its competition seen through the prism of the Cupertino company. This is a ten-minute podcast, presented by Javier Lacort and edited by Saints Araújo.
These are the five episodes of this week, you can listen to them in full from this page.
# 282: HomePod mini review
Some first impressions of the HomePod mini and its traumatic shopping experience, in my case, and poor planning.
# 283: An Intel or an M1
Business computer users are at a terrible time to renew their Macs, with the M1 on the market perhaps insufficient for their needs, and the Intel for sale being unattractive to those who expect to get a computer that will last for years.
More_horizChapter 284: Soor’s test
Some comments on Soor, an Apple Music client for iPhone that I’ve been using since returning to Apple Music. Important for those who appreciate the visual component of such an application, but with drawbacks such as its non-compatibility with iPad and Mac.
# 285: Imagine a redesign of Apple Watch
A Ming Chi Kuo leak ensures that by 2021 we’ll see a redesign of the Apple Watch, perhaps the product that has changed the least aesthetically after six years, six generations, since its initial launch.
# 286: iPad release
An article by Becky Hansmeyer on the state of the iPad – especially the Pro line – serves as a starting point for this episode. We are almost in 2020 and we continue with a product with too many artificial restrictions that do not let it finish fading with the Mac line, a lot of not-so-usable power.
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We will hear from you next Monday. Thank you for accompanying us.