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Apple on collision course with Tile, Patreon and Spotify with new products – Sydney Morning Herald

AirTags and podcast subscriptions bring Apple closer in competition with companies that built their businesses on the iPhone.

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Between more machines powered by M1 chips, a new push into premium podcasts and a Tile competitor, Apples product unveiling this morning was emblematic of how many new markets the tech giant has pushed into just over the last year.
With the M1 a system-on-a-chip designed by Apple now in laptops, tablets and desktop computers of various size, Apple has almost completely divorced itself from Intel and set a path forward where all its machines can be as close knit as the iPhone and iPad have been.

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