Welcome to Happy Hour 006. In this episode Zac, Seth, and Benjamin discuss new Apple Watch details and wrap up the need-to-know information, a new controversial Steve Jobs documentary, and the future of USB-C. How will it affect future iOS devices and Macs? 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 Watch pricing revealed: $349/$399 (Sport), Apple Watch ($549-$1099), Edition ($10k-$17k)
- Apple Watch includes 8 GB of storage, allows 2 GB of music and 75 MB of photos
- Developer unlocks Activity app inside iOS 8.2, appears when an Apple Watch is paired to iPhone
- Top 15 hidden Force Click features on the new 2015 MacBook (Video)
- Brace yourself – Core M benchmarks illustrate likely low-end performance from new MacBook
- Opinion: Are we bidding farewell to MagSafe, and does it matter?
- Did Apple invent USB Type-C? Maybe a little bit
- Gibney’s Steve Jobs documentary coming to theaters as Apple’s Eddy Cue calls it mean spirited and inaccurate
- From ‘Becoming Steve Jobs’: Cook says Isaacson book was a tremendous disservice, succession planning began in 2004, more
- Apple releases iOS 8.3 Public Beta (build 12F5047f), Beta Program now comprises both iOS and OS X
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