Engadget Podcast: Apple’s confusing new iPads

Apple threw several new devices at us seemingly out of nowhere this week. In this episode, Cherlynn and Devindra disassemble Apple’s new base iPad and iPad Pro with M2. They chat about why the iPad offering is now more confusing than ever and what that means for the future. (At least the new Apple TV 4K looks like a really solid upgrade.)

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  • Apple Announces Updated Base for iPad, iPad Pro and Apple TV 4K – 1:36

  • Microsoft lays off hundreds of workers – 8:22 p.m

  • Netflix Announces “Extra User” Fee To Crack Password Sharing – 27:40

  • Intel says next-gen Thunderbolt is on the way – 35:47

  • Silent Hill 2 Remake and a movie are on the way – 41:29

  • Work in progress – 47:37

  • Pop Culture Picks – 53:21

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Hosts: Cherlynn Low and Devindra Hardawar
Producer: Ben Ellman
Music: Dale North and Terrence O’Brien

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