This week Zac and Benjamin discuss Apple’s upcoming event, more thoughts on the iPhone SE, as well as some juicy iPhone 7 rumors you don’t want to miss out on. The Happy Hour podcast is available for download on iTunes and through our dedicated RSS feed. Big thanks to Harry’s this episode.
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Here’s what we discussed in this episode:
- Apple’s March 21st ‘Let us loop you in’ event is official: 4-inch iPhone SE + 9.7-inch iPad Pro & much more expected
- Coming at Apple’s March 21st event: 4-inch iPhone SE, 9.7-inch iPad Pro & new Apple Watch models
- Sonos seemingly plans to compete with Siri/HomeKit as it announces layoffs to refocus on smart home control
- Apple updates Radio tab with live Beats 1 show details and artwork in iOS Music app
- Apple Music secures rights to mixes and DJ mixes; brings EDM artist deadmau5 to Beats 1
- Pangu releases a jailbreak for iOS 9.1, Apple TV 4 jailbreak coming soon
- How-To: Prepare for the Apple TV 4 jailbreak
- Purported iPhone 7 chassis pictures show redesigned antenna lines, new larger camera [Updated]
- Poll: If the rumors are true, will the redesigned antenna lines transform the iPhone 7’s looks?
- Here are all the new features that Android N borrowed from iOS 9 [Gallery]
- Review: Synology NAS, a solid backup solution and great home media server with Plex
- Apple’s software SVP says quitting multitasking apps not necessary, won’t offer improved battery life
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