Talking Turkey on WWDC22 Keynote Predictions [The CultCast]

Talking Turkey on WWDC22 Keynote Predictions [The CultCast]

This week on Cult of Mac’s podcast: With WWDC22 arriving next week, it’s time for some last-minute predictions on what Apple will hit us with. Next-gen versions of iOS, macOS, iPadOS, and watchOS are a no-brainer. But what about an AR/VR headset or the realityOS it will run on? A new MacBook Air with an M2 chip?

It’s time to talk turkey about Monday’s big speech.

Also on The CultCast:

  • Will we finally get an iPhone with an always-on screen this year?
  • In a brand new Under Review, Juuk’s metal Apple Watch bands – one that looks like Iron Man built it and one that puts a rainbow on your wrist – blow us away.
  • Forget about turkey. Erfon talks about chickens in a pre-WWDC fever dream!

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On the program this week: Your host Erfon Elijah (@erfon) and cult of mac editor Lewis Wallace (@lewiswallace).

Here are the titles we’re talking about on this week’s show:

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In the study

Each week in our Under Review segment, Erfon and I discuss the products we test. This week, I’m showing you two metal Apple Watch bands that you can find in the Juuk section of the Cult of Mac Store.

Juuk Vitero

Juuk Vitero Crimson: When you want to add a little hot rod to your Apple Watch strap collection.
The Crimson Juuk Vitero is perfect when you want to add a little hot-rod to your Apple Watch strap collection.
Photo: Juuk

Juuk Vitero in Crimson II: It’s not cheap, but this $149 aluminum Apple Watch strap is definitely worth it. It looks very much like Iron Man and yet feels remarkably comfortable on your wrist. And removing those awesome custom links to fit your wrist is remarkably simple, thanks to the handy tool Juuk includes with every purchase.

If you don’t like the dazzling red and gold look of the Crimson II model, Juuk also offers this band in a wide range of other color options.

Juuk Ligero

Forget Apple Pride Edition watch straps.  The Juuk Ligero is the rainbow Apple Watch band that will really turn heads.
Forget Apple Pride Edition watch straps. The Juuk Ligero is the rainbow Apple Watch band that will really turn heads.
Photo: Juuk

Rainbow Juuk Ligero: This rainbow Apple Watch strap is back in Cult of Mac Store, just in time for Pride Month. Its candy-colored links are more traditional than the pointed links of the Vitero, but the Juuk craftsmanship is definitely on display. It sells for $139.

Juuk provided cult of mac with review units.

Even chickens have strong opinions about WWDC22

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