In this episode, Zac and Benjamin are discussing Error 53, some special updates to Apple TV, and some 4-inch iPhone theories. 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 acknowledges that third-party home button repairs to iPhone 6 can brick the device
- Jeremy’s 5: Rethinking Apple TV, Touch ID failures, Kimoji, Badland 2 + Real Boxing 2
- Apple faces ‘Error 53’ class action lawsuit in U.S., may also be in breach of UK law
- Apple launching new broken iPhone upgrade, screen protector installation programs
- Apple begins rolling out screen protector installation program to Japan retail stores
- Apple screen protector installation program officially rolling out to US Apple Stores and beyond from today
- How-To: Migrate notes from Evernote to Apple Notes
- tvOS 9.2 beta 3 w/ Dictation in text fields, iCloud Photo Library & much more hits Apple TV
- Feature Request: Apple TV dictation in search fields for all apps
- Apple TV gains Siri + universal search for Fox Now, FXNow, and Nat Geo content
- Opinion: Why Apple’s releasing an iPhone 5se, not a 4-inch iPhone 7
- Rose Gold coming to iPhone 5se like iPhone 6s, not ‘bright pink’, plus next iPads & MacBooks
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