In this week’s top stories: Why Apple removed ‘time remaining’ estimates from macOS, AirPods go on sale, Apple releases iOS 10.2, Super Mario Run arrives on the App Store, and Tim Cook meets with Trump at the President-elect’s tech summit.

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We kick things off with our explainer on why Apple is removing ‘time remaining’ battery life estimates following MacBook Pro complaints. Apple releases macOS 10.12.2 along with iOS 10.2 and tvOS 10.1. And Nintendo’s new Super Mario Run game officially arrives in the App Store for all.

Trump talks job creation, innovation, and more with Tim Cook and other executives at his tech summit. Apple’s new cord-free AirPods go on sale. And we go hands-on with Super Mario Run and Apple’s macOS 10.12.2 update in this week’s top videos.

These and the rest of this week’s top stories below:

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This week Zac and Benjamin discuss AirPods going on sale, MacBook Pro battery life and the removal of estimated time remaining estimates, dedicated camera ergonomics in the age of the iPhone, and much more.

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