This week Benjamin and Zac talk about the quiet death of the Apple TV 3, iPhone 7 Plus dual camera impressions, 2017 iPhone and iPad rumors, Google’s event and new Pixel phone, and the hope for new Macs this month. 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 discontinues third-gen Apple TV, removes it from online store
- Apple releases iOS 10.1 beta 2 with Portrait camera for iPhone 7 Plus, second tvOS 10.0.1 & watchOS 3.1 betas
- Apple shares balloon-filled iPhone 7 ad showing off expressive iOS 10 Messages effect
- Apple pulling #1 Top Paid sticker pack over faked iMessage bubbles, clarifies no prank apps allowed
- Here’s how iPhone 7 Jet Black compares to Apple Watch Space Black [Gallery]
- iPhone 7 Plus: Portrait mode impressions on iOS 10.1 beta [Photos]
- KGI: ‘Increasing likelihood’ iPhone 8 will feature glass front and back, stainless steel metal for premium models
- Apple negotiating with Sharp to supply OLED displays for next-generation ‘iPhone 8’ in 2017
- Second report of 10-inch iPad Pro, along with new iPad mini Pro & refreshed 12.9-inch model
- Google unveils Pixel & Pixel XL w/ Siri-like Assistant, claims ‘best ever’ mobile camera rated above iPhone 7
- Comment: Google just couldn’t leave Apple out of its iPhone competitor keynote
- iPhone 7 camera climbs respected DxOMark review ranking, beating out tied iPhone 6/6s scores
- Apple reschedules Q4 2016 earnings call to October 25 due to ‘scheduling conflict’
- Comment: Apple’s rescheduled earnings call could suggest new Mac announcement around October 27
- As expectations grow for MacBook Pro launch next month, different reports suggest late October launch [Poll]
- Comment: Still holding out hope for my dream MacBook
- How-To: Download all Apple Music on iPhone or iPad locally using iTunes
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