In this episode, Zac and Benjamin give their final thoughts on the iPhone SE. Worth buying? Also, we’ll talk about the Apple Watch refresh cycle and a ton more. 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:
- Review: iPhone SE is just a (really nice) phone for a great price (with a few oddities)
- DOJ still pursuing NY iPhone encryption case in court, suggesting FBI hacking method doesn’t apply
- Apple speaks out against new Mississippi religious freedom law, says it ’empowers discrimination’
- Apple announces standalone Apple Watch Hermès bands coming April 19th with new colors, from $340
- Apple releases first tvOS 9.2.1 + OS X 10.11.5 betas to developers [Update]
- Apple releases first iOS 9.3.2 + watchOS 2.2.1 betas for developers [Update]
- Apple shares new fourth-gen Apple TV ad featuring Kobe Bryant
- Latest Apple Watch ads featuring Nick Jonas & others showcase bands, features, more
- KGI forecasts Apple Watch shipments will fall 25% year-on-year, be below 7.5M units vs. 10.6M in 2015
- Reddit’s long-awaited official iOS app finally here w/ three months of free Reddit Gold
- Apple removes third-party Reddit clients from the App Store due to NSFW content
- iTunes metadata suggests ability to hide stock apps on iPhone and iPad coming soon