This week Benjamin and Zac unpack 9to5Mac’s Apple Watch Series 2 review, the launch of macOS Sierra, iOS 10.1 beta’s Portrait mode blur effect on iPhone 7 Plus, 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:
- Top new iPhone 7 features + some not-so-good features [Video]
- iPhone 7 waterproof tests: submerged in water, hot coffee and more … comes out unscathed
- iPhone 7’s 25% brighter display only reaches max brightness w/ ‘Auto-Brightness’ enabled
- Latest iPhone 7 & Apple Watch Series 2 ads focus on water-resistant designs, fitness features
- James Corden stars in comical new Apple Music ad with Eddy Cue, Jimmy Iovine, and Bozoma Saint John
- Review: Apple Watch Series 2 improves speed and unlocks new workouts, GPS performance mixed
- Top new Apple Watch Series 1 and Series 2 features – which one should you buy? [Video]
- macOS Sierra software update for Mac rolling out now, here’s everything new
- Use this macOS Safari extension to easily watch videos in PIP from YouTube, Netflix and more
- Apple issues first macOS 10.12.1 + Xcode 8.1 developer betas
- Apple releases iOS 10.1 and watchOS 3.1 beta seeds for developers (tvOS 10.0.1 too)
- Hands-on with the new Portrait Mode beta on iPhone 7 Plus [Video]
- Tumblr launches support for Apple’s Live Photos on the web, releases tool to let other services do the same
- Apple reportedly considering an acquisition of supercar manufacturer McLaren [Update: denied]
- Apple denies it has interest in acquiring Jay Z-owned Tidal streaming service
- Tweetbot updated for macOS Sierra and iOS 10, adds extended Tweet support
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