The Tesla Model 3 revealed and iPhone leaked: this week on The Vergecast – The Verge


We are withoutNilay Patel onThe Vergecast this week, so Dieter Bohn and Paul Miller step up to host with some very special guests: transportation editor Tamara Warren, and tech editor Natt Garun. Tamara was one of the few people who got to test drive the Tesla Model 3 last week, so she brings her expertise to the show to talk about what she knows so far.

Also, some of the iPhone’s design and features got leaked out from code in the HomePod, so Natt Garun helps the crew break down all the information we’ve gleaned.

There’s a whole lot in between that — like Paul’s segment about the salt shaker Smalt — so listen to it all and you’ll get it all.

01:18 – Tesla Model 3 first drive

31:02 – The next iPhone’s screen design and face unlock apparently confirmed by HomePod firmware

39:52 – This iPhone 8 concept video imagines a touchscreen in the home button

48:33 – Next Level final episode with Lauren Goode

1:10:56 – Paul’s weekly segment “Smalt you later

1:14:25 – Apple returns to growth as cheaper iPads boost sales

1:15:32 – Fitbit says its long-awaited smartwatch will be ready for the holidays

1:17:50 – RED’s upcoming $1,200 smartphone is enormous

If you enjoyed this podcast and the many topics discussed on the show, there’s kinda more you can listen to! Check out Ctrl-Walt-Delete’s final episode, and our Anchor channel, which experiments with audio and podcasting in new and interesting ways.

We’re starting new podcasts soon! So let us know what you’d want to hear next from The Verge.

You might also want to check out Recode Decode, hosted by Kara Swisher, and Too Embarrassed to Ask hosted by Lauren Goode! You can find them all in iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, and anywhere you get your podcasts nowadays.

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