With the recent announcement of the expected iPhone 6S and Apple TV 4 event, we’ve got a lot to talk about this week. From rumors to reporting, there’s no shortage of iPhone and Apple TV details to discuss. 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 expected to hold Sept. 9 iPhone/Apple TV event at Bill Graham Civic Center in San Francisco
- Apple announces expected iPhone 6S event for Sept. 9th: ‘Hey Siri, give us a hint
- iPhone 6S rumors: New packaging leak suggests 16 GB base model will stay around for another product cycle
- iPhone 6S rumors: iOS 9 code indicates Force Touch keyboard gestures, sketchy ‘6S Plus’ packaging photo appears online
- iPhone 6S will animate UI with Apple Watch-like Motion wallpapers
- iPhone 6S will come in Apple Watch-like Rose Gold rather than Pink, lack sapphire, and have renamed Force Touch
- iPhone 6S camera: 12 megapixel photos, 4K video recording, flash for selfies
- No 4-inch ‘iPhone 6c’ at Sept. 9 event, iPhone 5c to be discontinued, 5s/6/6 Plus staying
- Apple TV 4 coming in October for under $200, Apple TV 3 stays & gets new streaming service
- Apple TV 4: Gaming and Siri will be major focuses, expect Bluetooth game controllers + enhanced wireless
- Key Apple Music / Beats 1 director Ian Rogers leaves Apple
- Former Beats 1 head Ian Rogers joining the French luxury group behind Louis Vuitton and Bvlgari
- Beats President Luke Wood talks Apple acquisition: the two companies shared the same DNA
- Apple unveils major Cisco partnership to create iOS “fast lane” for enterprise customers
- UK Apple Pay users can now spend up to £30 in one transaction