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Episode 570: Apple’s new iPhone has old features, iOS 11 tutorials, and the Apple Car lives

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Episode 570: Apple’s new iPhone has old features, iOS 11 tutorials, and the Apple Car lives

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Macworld is the world's leading source for information about Apple and the Apple ecosystem.

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The Macworld staff talks about reported iPhone 8 features, Apple’s video tutorials that give a peek as to how new features work in iOS 11, and Apple’s attempts to make a self-driving car.

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