Benjamin and Zac dive into reports that Apple is preparing to comply with the EU Digital Markets Act, which will make alternative app stores and sideloading a feature for the first time on the iPhone. Apple is also rumored to have canceled plans to release an iPhone SE 4 next year, and we have more clarity on the final specs for the upcoming Apple Silicon Mac Pro.
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