This week Benjamin and Zac talk about iOS 10 and macOS Sierra public betas, the lack of watchOS 3 and tvOS 10 public betas, iPhone 7 without a mute switch, and the Pokémon Go mania. 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 releasing first iOS 10 public beta for non-developer testers today [U: Now available]
- Mac users can test the first macOS Sierra 10.12 public beta starting today [U: Now available]
- How-To: Install iOS 10 public beta on your eligible iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch [Video]
- Developer uncovers early Dark Mode appearance for some system apps on macOS Sierra
- Latest claimed CAD renders may provide a more detailed look at the iPhone 7
- Latest iPhone 7 photo leak provides best look yet at new antenna lines design and larger protruding camera
- iPhone 7 Plus highlighted in latest leaks, shows Smart Connector, no mute switch
- Pokémon GO now available on iOS in select countries
- Pokémon GO tops the app charts as Australian police warn against chasing Sandshrew too far
- Pokemon Go expected to launch in UK and Europe in ‘a few days’ as Nintendo stock soars 25%
- Comment: Pokémon Go — I just don’t get it (but everyone else does)
- Niantic says Pokémon Go having full Google account access is an error, fix incoming
- PSA: Pokémon Go is getting full access to Google Accounts for iPhone players | 9to5Google
- Pokémon Go for iOS update addresses Google account privacy issue, here’s how to fix it
- Senator Al Franken issues letter asking Niantic to clarify privacy concerns on Pokémon Go
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