This week Zac and Benjamin talk about the new versions of iOS and OS X along with some changes for iAds and iTunes Radio plus how Beats 1 can be improved. 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:
- OS X 10.11.3 hits the Mac App Store for all users
- Apple releases iOS 9.2.1 with bug fixes, security improvements, & MDM server resolution
- iOS 9.3 public beta + 9.3 dev beta 1.1 w/ Night Shift, Touch ID Notes, more now available
- OS X 10.11.4 beta adds support for viewing and sharing Live Photos in Messages
- watchOS 2.2 adds Nearby search to Maps for Apple Watch
- Report: Apple says it sucks at selling ads, will soon let publishers do the hard work but keep all the revenue
- Apple announces it will discontinue iAd App Network for developers on June 30th
- Apple announces free ad-supported iTunes Radio stations going away on January 29th, will require Apple Music subscription
- Do you listen to Beats 1? Here’s what Apple can do to improve its radio station & encourage more people to tune in
- Former Chomp co-founder and Apple TV designer Ben Keighran leaving company
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