This week on Magic Rays of Light, Sigmund and Devon are joined by MacStories Managing Editor John Voorhees to take another look at Ridley Scott’s Napoleon upon the film’s streaming debut. They also dive into March releases on Apple Arcade and share who they think will take home the gold at this weekend’s 96th Academy Awards.

Show Notes

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Trailer Talk
The Bloody Hundredth

MacPad: How I Created the Hybrid Mac-iPad Laptop and Tablet That Apple Won’t Make
Apple Introduces New M3 MacBook Airs
Apple Releases New Spring Colors for iPhone Cases and Watch Bands
Belkin iPhone Mount with MagSafe for Apple TV 4K
Hacking an iPhone Stand to Create a Hideaway Mount for FaceTime on Apple TV

Great Movies on Apple TV+
‎Crayola Adventures
‎Bloons TD Battles 2+
‎The Battle of Polytopia+
The Reluctant Traveler with Eugene Levy

The Completely Made-Up Adventures of Dick Turpin — An Inside Look
To Josephine: Selected Love Letters from Napoleon
Sago Mini Friends — Dress Up Tree (Music Video)
Sago Mini Friends — Surprise (Music Video)
Sago Mini Friends — Hugbot (Music Video)
Sago Mini Friends — What’s Got Into Hugbot? (Music Video)

Up Next
The Regime

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