This week on Cult of Mac’s podcast: Tests performed on the M3 MacBook Pros reveal the performance-crushing effects of thermal throttling and skimpy RAM. Erfon is not impressed!
Also on The CultCast:
- Apple shocks everyone by pledging to support Rich Communication Services for better texting between iPhones and Android devices.
- Griffin runs down some of the most interesting new features coming soon in iOS 17.2.
- Apple reportedly plans to overhaul the iPad lineup next year, and a mammoth 12.9-inch iPad Air is apparently on the menu.
- If the iPhone 16 gets exclusive AI features, will Siri really get smarter? We’re extremely skeptical.
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