This week Benjamin and Zac recap iOS 10, macOS Sierra, and watchOS 3, plus break down dark mode rumors, how Apple’s new Home app works, the latest iPhone 7 news, and much more. 9to5Mac’s Happy Hour podcast is available for download on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players.
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Here’s what we discussed in this episode:
- Apple takes stance against Trump by withholding financial & tech aid from upcoming GOP convention
- Report: Apple CEO Tim Cook to fundraise for Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan
- Phil Schiller & Craig Federighi talk deleting apps in iOS 10, iMessage, more in new interview
- Hands-on: 75 new features in iOS 10 [Video]
- iOS 10: A look at 30 additional new features [Video]
- Jailbreak developer digs deeper in iOS 10 code, activates Dark Mode theme for Settings app
- Hands-on: iOS 10 + watchOS 3 Home app for HomeKit on iPhone, iPad, & Apple Watch
- iOS 10 promotes iPad to HomeKit remote access device like Apple TV, both now run automation
- August, Canary, Withings, D-Link, Ring & others confirm Apple HomeKit support coming w/ iOS 10
- iPhone 7 may include EarPods w/ headphone jack + Lightning to 3.5mm adapter
- WSJ: iPhone 7 w/ similar design and removed headphone jack this fall, major changes next year
- Hands-on: New features in watchOS 3 [Video]
- Hands-on: New features in macOS Sierra [Video]
- Resources found in macOS Sierra hint at upcoming OLED touch bar, Touch ID support, more
- Looks like Apple is finally preparing to call time on the non-Retina MacBook Pro w/optical
- Atlassian.com: See how Jira, Confluence, HipChat and Bitbucket give your team everything you need to organize, discuss, and complete shared work.
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