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Stop! Fanboys, what’s that sound? Well, we’re not sure, actually, but a couple of things we know that sound isn’t are Brian Heater, an optical drive, and a Vertu phone. If you asked us we might tell you it sounds kind of like an HD Big Mouth Bass hanging from the wall in an undisclosed location. But yeah, we’re not sure, so you’ll just have to listen for yourself and see where the Engadget Podcast takes you. You won’t be disappointed. Probably.
00:03:45 – The 2012 MacBook Pros vs. the 2011 models: what’s changed?
00:22:59 – Apple axes 17-inch MacBook Pro, giant laptop owners weep
00:25:07 – Apple MacBook Pro with Retina display review (mid 2012)
00:25:26 – Apple announces refreshed MacBook Air: Ivy Bridge processor, USB 3.0, shipping today
00:29:00 – Apple officially gives Google Maps the boot, launches own Maps app with turn-by-turn navigation (updated)
00:36:50 – Apple demos Passbook, a one-stop shop for tickets and boarding passes
00:40:22 – Apple rolls out updated Mac Pro lineup with faster processors, not much else
00:41:51 – Siri comes to the New iPad
00:45:04 – OS X Mountain Lion: arrives on Macs next month, priced at $ 20
00:52:20 – Verizon’s Share Everything data plans go live June 28th, let you add family (or a tablet) for a little extra
00:57:40 – Nokia ‘sharpens strategy’ by dropping three executives, laying off 10,000 and dumping Vertu
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