This week: a new iMac and (M3!) MacBook Airs are incoming! Plus: new yellow iPhone 14s, new details on iPhone 15 Pro, and we compare Apple Mail vs the newly FREE Microsoft Outlook!
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This week's stories
Apple launches yellow iPhone 14 and 14 Plus, plus new case colors
- Apple rolled out yellow versions of its iPhone 14 and 14 Plus handsets Tuesday as part of a typical midcycle refresh. The new color joins midnight, starlight, Product(Red), blue and purple in the lineup. Apple made four new silicone case colors available, too.
Brighten up your iPhone with new wallpaper coming with yellow iPhone 14
New multicolored Hermès Apple Watch band is $599 of unicorn vomit
Apple Readies Its Next Range of Macs, Including — Finally — a New iMac
13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Air reportedly will use the M3 chip
- Apple plans to use the entry-level variant of the M3 system-on-a-chip with an eight-core CPU in both models, according to 9to5Mac. Cupertino apparently does not plan on offering the 15-inch MacBook Air with a more powerful Pro variant of its 3nm chip.
Microsoft makes Outlook for Mac free for everyone
- Microsoft no longer charges for Outlook for Mac. It’s free to use, no subscription fee required.
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