A lot is happening with Apple TV+: subscription changes, new shows, movies with big-time stars, and a lot more. Wel talk about Apple TV+ and why it’s worth tuning into the streaming service in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
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Apple Music now offers better-sounding audio streams, and it’s going to be an exciting summer filled with speedy new Apple silicon Macs. That's what we cover in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.
Apple Music is about to get several new audio formats, but you may not have the hardware necessary to enjoy them.
In case you are looking for another good reason to order pizza, Pizza Hut Australia is creating App Clips of its Pizza Hut Australia app, making it even faster to get pizza from its ovens to your mouth.
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