The CultCast

This week: MAJOR leaks on Apple's new "Reality" headset, Apple's killer new savings account, and WWDC hardware predictions!

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This week's stories

The scramble to create killer apps for Apple’s AR/VR headset is on

  • There’ll be a lot more to Apple’s VR/AR headset than new hardware: an unconfirmed report leaks details on Apple’s plans for software. There’ll be games and fitness apps, a VR version of FaceTime and more.
  • That’s not surprising. What is eye-opening is the assertion that the headset will be able to run third-party iPad applications right out of the box.


Apple Plans to Launch More Than Just Its New Headset at WWDC

Apple’s powerful M3 processor goes into production later in 2023

Enter to win a limited-edition iPhone case from Pitaka

  • For this week’s giveaway, we teamed up with Pitaka to offer four people the chance to win a limited-edition iPhone case worth $89.99.


Stash your cash in a high-yield Apple Card Savings account

  • Apple Card Savings launched Monday, allowing money earned from Apple Card’s cash-back program to go into a high-yield savings account. And it is high-yield — at 4.15%, the annual rate is about 10 times higher than the national average.


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