Engadget Podcast: MacBook Air M2 review, Apple betas and NASA’s space pics

On this week’s show, Cherlynn and Devindra dive into Apple’s new MacBook Air M2 and its recent operating system betas. It turns out that a redesign and a whole new chip make the MacBook Air even more compelling than before (more so than the 13-inch MacBook Pro, at least). We also chat with Lisa Grossman, , about the amazing new photos and data from the James Webb Space Telescope. It’s a clear upgrade from Hubble, and NASA is just getting started!

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  • Apple’s M2 MacBook Air is very good – 1:21

  • Lots of fun things to discover in the iOS 16 beta – 7:39

  • Stage Manager in macOS Ventura is a step forward for window organization – 18:11

  • What’s new in the watchOS 9 Beta – 24:11

  • New images confirm James Webb Space Telescope set to revolutionize astronomy – 30:44

  • Elon Musk is trying to back out of his Twitter deal after three full months – 53:14

  • Our Nothing Phone 1 hands-on – 54:49

  • Listener Mail: A phishing test for employees at Lowe’s – 1:02:45

  • Work in progress – 1:05:58

  • Pop Culture Picks – 1:06:50

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

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