Apple Debuts AirTag, iPads, iMacs & Purple iPhone at Colorful Spring Event

In the 158th episode, David and Donna recap all the Apple products from the April 20 ‘Spring Loaded’ event. Will Apple’s $29 AirTag really track down your lost keys? Will the M1 processor transform the performance of the new iMac and iPad Pro? Find out all this and more!

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Ashleigh Page

Ashleigh Page is a Feature Writer for iPhone Life. With a background in computer science and creative writing, she loves blending aspects of the technical and creative. An avid technology enthusiast, she adores Apple products and keeping up with the latest innovations. When she’s not working, Ashleigh is often found crafting whimsical (and sometimes nonsensical) short stories, hiking, and playing sand volleyball.