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 an Associate Editor for iPhone Life. A longtime Apple enthusiast with a Bachelor's in English and Computer Science and three years of experience writing about tech, Ashleigh has written and tested hundreds of articles about devices and features within Apple's ecosystem. She specializes in iPhone, iPad, AirPods, and Mac content and has authored a 60-page in-depth guide about the Apple Maps app. Based in North Carolina, Ashleigh is often crafting whimsical (and sometimes nonsensical) short stories and hiking when she's not working.