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The weird and whacky Apple gadgets time forgot, on The CultCast

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Today, on The CultCast

: the unusual and
whacky Apple items Cupertino hopes you’ve forgotten! Well, we have not, Tim. Plus: the best brand-new features in iOS 10.3and macOS 10.12.4; rumors mills state Apple might resurrect the PowerBook; iPhone
8 rumors point to a backside TouchID; and the inspirations for Steve Jobs finest one-liners. Our thanks to Squarespace for supporting this episode.

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future episodes! TheCultCast.reddit.com This week’s links ‘iPhone Edition’might


have rear-facing Touch ID sensor A(somewhat questionable )brand-new report claims that the tenth anniversary iPhone, commonly referred to as the iPhone 8, will instead by called the iPhone Edition. In

addition, it suggests that the significant form element redesign that

  • ‘s been reported on might end up being less drastic than some are thinking of– although changes will consist of functions like a rear-mounted Touch ID sensor. Inning accordance with the report, which is
  • accompanied by renders showing the style, the iPhone
    Edition won’t include a Touch ID sensor ingrained beneath the display, but rather a fingerprint scanner on the back of the device.
    It likewise won’t come with the glass back plate, but will
  • instead adhere to having a metal back plate as the result of glass ‘propensity to shatter when dropped Does Apple trademark filing
    suggest PowerBook is coming back? A couple of news outlets are turning their cover over the news that Apple has filed a new worldwide hallmark for the word”PowerBook,”the name of Apple’s pre-MacBook laptop computer series, which ranged from 1991 until 2006. In
    fact, a great deal of Apple’s trademarks are about stopping its assets falling under other business’s hands– as taken place when competing watchmaker Example decided
  • to trademark Steve Jobs’iconic “Another thing “catchphrase
    , shortly after Apple started contending with it in the watch company. Swiss watchmaker strikes back at Apple by trademarking ‘Another thing’This isn’t the very first time Apple has actually had people
  • try to pilfer its popular “Another thing” expression. At the launch
    of Apple ripoff artist Xiaomi’Mi 4 smart device, CEO Lei Jun “obtained “Apple’s tagline while likewise wearing a black top and blue jeans. The hallmark was signed up in Germany in May, but was given in 2015. It was originally a quotation by Jobs of Peter Falk’s Columbo character

    “Stay starving, remain silly”– Whole Earth Catalog, a publication Steve Jobs enjoyed. 20th

    • Anniversary Mac It’s hard to imagine, however there was really
      a time when the Apple easily shared its concepts with the world. In
      1991, under the leadership of John Scully, Apple shared
      a lot of design ideas with a Japanese publication called Axis.
      Among the weird items consisted of in the spread was a wearable wrist computer system called TimeBand.
    • Like an iPad mini residing on your wrist! The lovely
      , the portable, Apple
    • PowerCD

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