This week Greg and Zac discuss more details about Apple’s upcoming March event, the future of Apple Music, and some software bugs & hardware fails. 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:
- 4-inch iPhone 5se & iPad Air 3 planned to go on sale March 18th
- Hands-on with an unofficial nylon, NATO-style Apple Watch band [Gallery]
- Dr Dre said to be starring in Apple Music’s first original series called Vital Signs
- Kanye West continues bizarre Twitter tirade, says his new album will ‘never’ be on Apple Music
- Kanye West (unsurprisingly) also has a gold Link Bracelet Apple Watch
- 9to5Mac Archive | Kanye West
- Apple Pay could be coming to France this year as China launch rumored for this week
- Bank confirms Apple Pay launching in China this week, going live on Thursday
- Apple says some USB-C cables shipped with Retina MacBook were faulty, launches replacement program
- Apple begins shipping replacement USB-C cables to Retina MacBook owners
- This iOS date trick will brick any device [Video]
- Apple officially acknowledges iPhone bricking ‘1970 date’ bug, says upcoming software update will fix
- Apple execs Eddy Cue & Craig Federighi talk Apple Music, App Store & more in new interview
- Sleep++ 2.0 upgrades sleep tracking with the Apple Watch
- Hands-on: Real Racing 3 with split-screen multiplayer lands on the new Apple TV [Video]