Happy Hour Podcast 069|Siri Audio TV, iPhone 7 storage, Thunderbolt Show 2, WWDC 2016 and more

This week Benjamin and Zac examine Apple Watch exercise, the most recent Siri Audio rumors, iPhone 7 and Thunderbolt Show 2, and a lot more. 9to5Mac’s Happy-Hour podcast can be obtained for download on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, or through our devoted feed for Cloudy and other podcast people.

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  • Benjamin Mayo
  • Zac Area

Below’s what we mentioned within this occurrence:

  • Statement: Apple considered purchasing Time-Warner this past year, will slam shelling out for unique TV information
  • Statement: Apple TV might be house for rumored Amazon Match-like Siri audio
  • Statement: Apple’s rumored Amazon Match-like Siri audio might function facial-recognition cameras
  • Expert statements next gen iPhone 7 to function 32 GB foundation storage and up, ultimately shedding 16-GB versions
  • New iPhone 7 schematics recommend comparable measurements, improbable top modifications on iPhone 7 Plus
  • Limited access might imply among Apple’s many obsolete items may observe WWDC refresh
  • Statement: Apple thinking about receiving stop engineering for running rumored electric-vehicle
  • Statement: Developers dropping curiosity about Apple Watch till apps may operate individually
  • Apple TV App Store Top Maps formula today covers apps which you curently have mounted
  • Review: iOS status-bar on iPhone and iPad wants some rethinking

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