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Mac to the future!

The Weekender
If the latest Apple leaks and rumors prove correct, this year’s new Macs might seem strangely familiar. From colorful iMacs to the reintroduction of long-lost MacBook ports, it looks like Apple might go retro in a big way.
Cult of Mac writer Luke Dormehl dives into the phenomenon and makes the case for why going “Mac to the future” might be just fine.
And speaking of bad things … our Apple TV+ reviewer Scout Tafoya got an early look at Cherry, the new movie from longtime Marvel directors the Russo brothers. Let’s just say things went a little sour. (Scout’s blistering review of Cherry is pretty epic.)
On the other hand, he liked the new documentary Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry. That movie arrived on Apple’s streaming service this week, in case you’re looking for a little weekend viewing.
— Lewis Wallace, managing editor

News and opinion
Mac to the future: Apple’s new designs embrace the past like never before
Bouncing light looks unbelievably beautiful in new puzzle game 'Lyxo'
Fry’s Electronics is dead, and the Apple store helped kill it
iOS engineer loves his triple-5K display, except when he doesn’t [Setups]
How-tos
How to tell if Silver Sparrow malware is hiding on your Mac
Apple Watch stuck in Power Reserve mode? Here’s how to get a free repair.
How to share lyrics from Apple Music on iOS and iPadOS 14.5
Deals
This awesome charging dock will power all your Apple products at the same time
Save with this 6-month talk, text and data plan
Even beginners can learn to code with this massively discounted bundle
Easily edit photos like a pro with this AI-powered app
Reviews
Russo brothers’ victory lap turns sour with excruciating 'Cherry' [Apple TV+ review]
OtterBox Mobile Gaming Clip unites iPhone with Xbox controller [Review]
A superstar opens up in 'Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry' [Apple TV+ review]
Elago’s new Clear band makes Apple Watch even cooler
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