It looks like the Apple Watch is launching in a certain big box retailer soon. Also, big changes may be coming to third-party Apple Watch accessories. Along with that, Zac and Benjamin discuss some issues with iTunes and Apple Music. 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:
- Best Buy to begin selling Apple Watch in stores and online on August 7
- Official third-party Apple Watch stands and docks with integrated chargers on the way
- Poll: Should Apple Music be labeled as beta until the ‘nightmare’ issues get resolved?
- Opinion: Apple Watch + Music show intuitive software should be top priority for Apple’s new VP of UI Design
- Opinion: iTunes is now so clunky the only safe solution is to nuke it from orbit
- T-Mobile adds free Apple Music cellular streaming, offers free next-gen iPhone upgrades to iPhone 6 buyers
- Apple debuts new web campaign to accompany ‘If it’s not an iPhone’ ads
- Apple reveals 3 new Apple Watch ads focused on fitness, music, and travel apps
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