There’s new Apple TV hardware right around the corner and Apple might have plans to launch a new Web TV subscription service later this year, but will it allow you to finally cut the cord with cable companies? We’ll get into that and also discuss new details on the retail plans for Apple Watch and what what you should expect in stores on April 10. 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 to launch Android device trade-in program to encourage iPhone upgrades
- New Apple TV reportedly debuting at WWDC, with App Store and Siri integration
- NBC plans cable-dependent Apple TV app for second half of 2015
- WSJ: Apple announcing $30-40/month Web TV service in June, shipping in September with 25+ channels
- Apple Store retail plan for Watch: 15 min. appointments, 10+ try-on stations, Experts for Edition
- You WON’T need an appointment to try on Apple Watch in retail stores (but expect to wait)