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 same page.
# 396: Watch the iMac M1
The first tests of the iMac M1 have arrived, and with them we can get a better idea of some of its new features. Many of them revolve around their new design and the implications that entails.
# 397: The little things
An anecdote during a group meal gives way to reflections on the many details and small utilities that iOS brings but which are often overlooked.
# 398: AirPods Max vs Losers
There is a certain school of thought that understands that the AirPods Max are a worse product than a few months ago as they are no longer compatible with the lossless music that Apple Music will be releasing shortly. I don’t agree: it’s a better product than a few months ago.
# 399: privacy as a right or as an in-app purchase
The war between Facebook and Apple over their business models and its impact on our privacy is becoming rare, but important, to read around Apple’s motives.
# 400 That doesn’t look good
Apple’s lawsuit against Epic leaves several details in its first month. In addition to letting us know of information that until now had never been public, including conversations between Apple executives and their decision-making processes, it also suggests a belligerent stance on the part of the judge who should concern Apple. .
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We will come to an agreement next Monday. Thank you for accompanying us.