This week, Apple held its annual hardware event at the Steve Jobs Theater, debuting new iPhones, new Apple Watches, and new AirPods Pro. Nilay and David were able to attend the event in person and get a hands-on look at the new products. The crew discussed everything that happened at the event, first impressions of the phones and watches, and their expectations for Apple’s features in the next year.
The Verge releases The Vergecast, our flagship podcast, every Wednesday and Friday where our editors break down the most significant technology news of the week. The editors and reporters covering the biggest stories join Verge editor-in-chief Nilay Patel, editor-at-large David Pierce, and managing editor Alex Cranz on Fridays to discuss the week’s tech news.
Consumer electronics giant Apple went all out on Wednesday to make its annual new product event in Cupertino, California, a big to-do, unveiling the latest iterations of its popular iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPod earphones.But one very notable watcher dropped a soft-trolling social media post poking fun at how the new iPhone 14 looks and feels a lot like its predecessor, the iPhone 13. And for that matter, the iPhone another generation back, 2020’s iPhone 12.