This week Zac and Benjamin discuss everything from the FBI to the iPhone SE, new details about Apple’s upcoming March event and even a new Pokémon app. The Happy Hour podcast is available for download on iTunes and through our dedicated RSS feed. Big thanks to Harry’s and Casper for sponsoring this episode.

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  • Zac Hall
  • Benjamin Mayo

Here’s what we discussed in this episode:

  • Apple’s top lawyer Bruce Sewell to testify before Congress over encryption next week
  • Apple officially responds to court request to comply with FBI in San Bernardino iPhone case
  • Watch live stream of Apple & FBI testify at Congressional hearing on encryption [Video]
  • Within 1 hour of Malaysia Flight 370 going missing, Apple was working w/ officials to find it
  • Tim Cook says it’ll be ‘Christmas Eve for a while’ when asked about Apple Car during shareholders meeting
  • Pokémon Photo Booth for iPhone
  • Review: Apple Watch as a watch, a gadget, and platform (Video)
  • Apple likely to drop the ‘5’, call new 4-inch model the ‘iPhone SE’
  • New 9.7-inch iPad Pro may best 12.9-inch model with 12MP camera, 4K video
  • Apple to launch 9.7-inch iPad Pro, not Air 3; Smart Keyboard & Apple Pencil support likely
  • Apple event pushed to week of March 21st, 4-inch iPhone SE, new iPad Pro and more on tap

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