Apple has officially released iOS 9 and watchOS 2 to the public and today we’re getting into a rundown and our first impressions of the new features that come along with these updates. If you’d like to find out more about the top features in iOS 9 you can check out our full rundown here. 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 TV (4th Gen) unboxing + exclusive in-depth hands-on guide [Video]
- Apple releases watchOS 2.0 with support for native apps and more: here are the top new features [Video]
- watchOS 2: Walkthrough of all the new features now available on Apple Watch
- Pedal to the metal: Apple reportedly accelerates Project Titan timeline to 2019, triples development team size
- Rose Gold iPhone 6s shows up at customer’s home early, she benchmarks heck out of it [Gallery]
- iPhone 6s review roundup: 3D Touch is ‘fun and useful’, Live Photos hit and miss, significant camera upgrade
- This is why the new Apple TV is bigger than the last generation
Be sure to check out our Apple TV (4th Gen) in-depth video below:
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