Apple Music gains new features, coronavirus forces Apple to adjust earnings guidance (again), new iPhone SE and iPad Pro rumors continue, and Apple may finaly be considering third-party default apps.
Stories we discuss in this episode:
- Ming-Chi Kuo casts doubt on 2×2 MIMO uplink support for 5G iPhone 12
- Three is launching 5G in time for ‘critical’ launch of new iPhones
- Pandora now lets you stream music on the Apple Watch without iPhone
- iPhone 12 may use custom 5G antenna with Qualcomm modems
- Apple March event rumored: iPhone 9 and more expected
- Apple says it won’t hit Q2 revenue target due to coronavirus
- Tim Cook details Apple’s response to coronavirus outbreak in memo to employees
- Bloomberg: iPhone SE 2 on track to launch in March despite coronavirus production delays, new iPad Pro in first half of the year
- Digitimes: New ’12-inch’ iPad Pro in production with 3D-sensing rear camera, likely March launch
- Alternate albums now get smarter handling on Apple Music
- Kuo: Ultra-wide band chip production ramp predicts Q3 2020 launch for Apple AirTags
- watchOS 6.1.3 for Apple Watch available today with critical bug fixes
- iPhone 9 mass production ‘likely’ delayed due to coronavirus, report says
- China to Taiwan: Apple shifting production over coronavirus
- Bloomberg: Apple considers allowing iPhone users to set third-party web browsers and email apps as defaults, native Spotify on HomePod
- Apple Music for Mac adds time-synced lyrics feature in latest macOS 10.15.4 beta
- Episode 32: CES and HomeKit Roundtable with Special Guests Zac Hall, Adam Justice and Richard Gunther
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