Happy Hour is back and better than ever. Join us as we kick off the first episode and discuss everything you need to know about Apple’s master plan for iOS 9, a new music streaming service in the works, Apple Watch launch details, and more. The Happy Hour podcast is available for download on iTunes and through our dedicated RSS feed.
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Here’s what we discussed in this episode:
- Apple’s iOS 9 to have ‘huge’ stability and optimization focus after years of feature additions
- Why my next car probably won’t have CarPlay (Spoiler: Apple Watch)
- iOS 8.3 brings wireless CarPlay, improved Google login, new Emojis, China Apple Pay
- Apple begins training retail employees about the Apple Watch
- Apple Stores to act more like jewelry stores for upcoming gold Apple Watch
- Apple targets for Apple Watch battery life revealed, A5-caliber CPU inside
- Weekend Apple rumor two-pack: refreshed MacBook Airs and unlikely iPad Pro photos
- Don’t cancel your ski plans, Apple’s not having an event in Feb.
- The Next Episode: Apple’s plans for Beats-based music service revealed
- Apple working on iOS 8.4 update, may include new music service
- Neil Young’s “HD Audio” PonoPlayer put up against iPhone, results fall flat
- First headphones to use Lightning port announced – and they’re not from Beats
- Apple releases OS X 10.10.3 pre-release seed to testers with all-new Photos app
- Apple’s new Photos app means big future changes for free photo storage
- Camera-equipped minivan leased to Apple spotted in Bay Area may point to Street View-style mapping system
- Twitter blames iOS 8, iPhone 6 launch for loss of 4 million monthly active users