AppleInsider podcast talks Apple in education, OTT Apple TV service plans, Smart Battery Case, more

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in General Discussion edited December 2015
This week's AppleInsider podcast discusses Apple's battle with Google over the education market, a rumored suspension of negotiations toward an over-the-top TV service and the next-generation Apple Watch, among other topics.




This week Mikey Campbell and Victor Marks go one-on-one to talk about:

  • Apple TV App Store gains over 400 apps each week, half are games
  • Remote app now compatible with Apple TV
  • Walmart Pay to rival Apple Pay
  • Cook calls out Google Chromebooks in fight over education market
  • Apple puts brakes on rumored over-the-top streaming TV service
  • Cook says iPhone 6s Smart Battery Case design is easy to use, not a hump
  • Current Apple Watch owners plan to gift the device to others
  • Best Buy drops Apple Watch pricing to as low as $249
  • iOS 9.2 update fixes iPad Pro blackout issue


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Comments

  • Reply 1 of 3
    The link to this story from the front page is broken.
    aishane
  • Reply 2 of 3
    elijahg said:
    The link to this story from the front page is broken.
    Indeed it is.

    Thankfully since you commented I clicked on that and got what I was looking for.
  • Reply 3 of 3
    Also, in today's news:
    Steve Guggenheimer, the corporate vice president and self-styled chief evangelist at Microsoft, talking to the Indo-Asian News Service, dropped a couple gems—1. "Microsoft is 'sort of re-building' its smartphone business..." Yeah, "sort of."2. Guggenheimer's statement that the company wants to make a "little dent" (in Apple's profits) is a first for Microsoft and a candid admission of the uphill struggle the company is facing.
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