In a world where technology is constantly evolving, Apple has once again taken a significant step forward with its latest iOS update. While the release brings a host of new features and improvements, one change, in particular, has caught the attention of podcast enthusiasts and creators alike. Apple's revamped approach to podcast subscriptions could potentially reshape the way we consume and share this increasingly popular form of media.
For years, Apple has played a pivotal role in the world of podcasts. The company's Podcasts app has been a staple on iPhones and other Apple devices, providing a convenient gateway for users to explore, subscribe to, and enjoy podcasts. However, as the podcasting landscape has evolved, Apple is now faced with competition from a multitude of podcasting platforms, including Spotify, Google Podcasts, and various independent apps.
In the latest update, Apple switched it so that once you return to a subscribed podcast, it simply resumes and does not download back episodes. Additionally, it used to be that when a podcast would add old episodes to the feed, they would download on subscribers' phones as if they were new ones.
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