Apple MacBook Pro, Google Pixel 6, Samsung goes colour crazy: Vertical Hold ep 351

Apple’s got powerful new MacBook Pros, Google’s got powerful new Pixel 6 smartphones and Samsung has… colours. One of these things is not like the others. Special guests EFTM’s Dan Tyson and NewsCorp’s Jennifer Dudley-Nicholson!

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A huge news in tech launches, although not all launches are equal.

First up, we got up early in the morning to check out Apple’s new M1 Pro and M1 Max MacBook Pro models. Then Google got us up early again to check out the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. Finally, Samsung made sure our coffee usage was OFF THE CHARTS with its own Galaxy Unpacked event… but that one was a little different.

We’re joined this week by Dan Tyson from EFTM to talk all things Pixel, while Jennifer Dudley-Nicholson drops by the virtual studio to unpack all of Apple’s new products, from the brilliantly powerful to the brilliantly absurd, as well as to work out why Samsung’s now selling 49 variants of the same smartphone. Which is, believe it or not, a thing it now does in fact do.


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Australian technology news podcast Vertical Hold: Behind The Tech News dives into the big stories of the week. Joined by Australia’s leading tech journalists every Friday, co-hosts @adam_turner and @alexkidman channel-surf through the headlines in search of the big picture. About/Contact us

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