The main drums are heard for this spring. And we have a lot to say because there are several Apple products that we look forward to with open arms. With that in mind, in this episode we talk about a lot of other things worth discussing.

A very busy week

We start with the most important news of the week: Microsoft acquires Activision. A movement that makes us wonder what this means for the Apple world and its ecosystem. One thing we can be sure of is that the world of video games is going to face a big transformation in the near future.

We review the Smart Connector theory for a future iPhone without any type of port. An iPhone that Jony Ive dreamed of, without buttons or cables. This theory is still interesting and would allow a more waterproof and stylish iPhone.

We also talk about how hackintosh follows a similar trail to jailbreak. The more the Mac platform evolved, the less they were needed. And now that we have macOS adapted to Apple Silicon, there will come a time when it will no longer be possible to create computers from compatible parts.

And we’re talking about the next keynote, which we hope will be this spring. March or April as the most obvious candidates for a still-virtual presentation due to pandemic conditions. That doesn’t stop us from seeing the iPhone SE 3 as the main protagonist, with the possible appearance of the 27-inch 2022 iMac. Apple’s rumored more affordable displays are also in our pool, along with the occasional new color for the iPhone 13, as happened with the purple iPhone 12.

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