Loop Infinito is Applesfera’s daily podcast, broadcast Monday to Friday at 7:00 am (Spanish Peninsula time), in which we talk about Apple and its competition seen through the prism of the Cupertino company. This is a ten-minute podcast, presented by Javier Lacort and edited by Santi Araújo.

These are the five episodes of this week, you can listen to them in full from this same page.

# 436: What does a chip like you do in a device like this?

In the midst of rumors of an upcoming Apple external monitor with an A13 Bionic chip, some thoughts out loud about what such a chip looks like in a device heretofore intended to receive an image signal but without the need for food.

# 437: Titanium by 2022

A report from JP Morgan Chase sent to its customers reveals some supposed plans from Apple for the iPhone 2022: demise of the mini model, two versions of the 6.7-inch … and use of titanium.

# 438: Pixel 6 and Google Tensor

Alphabet becomes an Apple Silicon with the arrival of Google Tensor, its own design chips for its Android phones. A movement with Artificial Intelligence as a basis and which will be released in its Pixel 6 this next fall.

# 439: Put me another charger

The tangle of shapes and charging connectors throughout Apple’s product line collides with a company’s usual philosophy of simplicity. An enumeration and an alternative proposition.

# 440: Windows on iPad

The arrival of Windows 365, its version for businesses available through the browser and running entirely in the cloud, represents a change of rules for many situations, and also for the potential of an iPad, which can win integers like a versatile team for both leisure and business.

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We will come to an agreement next Monday. Thank you for accompanying us.