AppleInsider podcast talks Apple manufacturing, 'iPhone 6c' expectations, streaming TV

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in General Discussion edited January 2016
This week the AppleInsider podcast explores Donald Trump's dictate that Apple build it's "computers and things" in America, "iPhone 6c" rumors, ESPN in an Apple streaming service, GarageBand and Music Memos, and more.




AppleInsider editors Neil Hughes, Shane Cole and Victor Marks discuss, rant and rave about:

  • Donald Trump stumps about Apple making computers in the US again
  • iAd is discontinued
  • 'iPhone 6c' rumors
  • Apple experimenting with Li-Fi
  • ESPN is still in talks with Apple about participating in a streaming service
  • GarageBand updated and Music Memos released
  • iOS 9.2.1 and OS X 10.11.3 are here


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Comments

  • Reply 1 of 2
    wood1208wood1208 Posts: 1,989member
    About iphone 6C or 5e or whatever Apple call, people give opinion like if that iphone contains such and such than I will buy and that is jibber-jabber. Whole idea of Apple coming out with 4"er replacement is to look similar to current offerings/siblings and upgrade internals to add important daily useful features like ApplePay and VoLTE, etc. Those iphone users who still using and feel more comfortable with smaller footprint iphone will certainty upgrade because they don't care big jump in tech. They need relatively less expensive, smaller size functional iphone. About Apple-TV, lot can be done their including encouraging and working with App creators, contents producers,Cable/TV channel streamer to provide more offerings on Apple-TV. Currently, besides having cable subscriptions, some cable provider restrict streaming of their contents on Apple-TV (even works ipad/iphone). Even today, Comcast Xfinity App, Time Warner Watch anywhere App, Amazon's Prime Instant video App not available on Apple-TV. So, hand-holding and convincing is much work ahead for Apple.
    edited January 2016
  • Reply 2 of 2
    schlackschlack Posts: 699member
    wood1208 said:
    Those iphone users who still using and feel more comfortable with smaller footprint iphone will certainty upgrade because they don't care big jump in tech. They need relatively less expensive, smaller size functional iphone.
    Huh? People who are still using a 4" iPhone may care just as much about the tech as others. I have an iPhone 6 but would prefer to buy a 4" phone next time...but feature parity would need to be equivalent to the larger phones.
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