Engadget Podcast: Diving into the iPhone 14 and Apple Watch Ultra

It’s Apple week everyone! Editor-in-Chief Dana Wollman talks to Devindra about everything Apple has announced, including the iPhone 14 and 14 Pro Everyone of the Apple Watches. Sure, they’re faster and have a lot more features, but did you know they could potentially save your life? At least that’s the idea Apple is trying to sell.

We’re still not entirely sold on the Apple Watch Ultra, but it’s sure to be the next overpriced wrist accessory for tech bros. Also, Dana talks about Apple’s new ovulation tracking feature in the Apple Watch Series 8/Ultra, which is a big step forward from previous efforts.

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  • Apple’s Far Out Event: Overview and What We Didn’t See – 1:23

  • iPhone 14 Pro – 4:39 p.m

  • iPhone 14 – 22:18

  • Apple Watch Ultra and Series 8 – 34:11

  • Apple Watch SE – 41:09

  • Pop Culture Picks – 50:27

Live broadcast

Hosts: Dana Wollman and Devindra Hardawar
Producer: Ben Ellman
Music: Dale North and Terrence O’Brien
Live Stream Producers: Julio Barrientos
Artists: Luke Brooks and Brian Oh

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