Jan 19th 2016
MacBreak Weekly 490
Nerds, the Musical
Leo Laporte, Andy Ihnatko, Rene Ritchie and Alex Lindsay discuss the potential features of an Apple Watch 2.0, the absurd request by Donald Trump to require all Apple manufacturing come back to the US, and we all try to understand what iTunes Radio is, why is Apple shutting it down, and what does that mean to users around the world.
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- Alex YouTube Project
- Trump Says He Will Force Apple to Manufacture in the US Even Though That Makes Absolutely No Sense
- Jeb Bush's accidental Apple Watch call
- Apple, Samsung and Sony face child labour claims
- Apple announces free ad-supported iTunes Radio stations going away on January 29th, will require Apple Music subscription
- Apple to shut down iAd App Network on June 30
- Nerds is a stage musical chronicling Steve Jobs vs. Bill Gates
- Apple employees at headquarters in Cork, Ireland evacuated following bomb threat
- Apple asked widow for court order when she sought late husband’s password
- App Store app prices going up in Canada, New Zealand and 5 more countries due to exchange rate fluctuations
- Night Shift in iOS 9.3: Explained!
- Developers Behind F.lux Call on Apple to Allow F.lux App for iOS Devices
- Why handwriting recognition on the iPad isn't a joke anymore
- Apple is investigating iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus battery-percentage bug, offers temporary fix
- Windows Phone's keyboard is coming to your iPhone
- Apple's Gatekeeper vulnerability still needs to be fixed
- One More Pin
- Pick: Knots 3D
- Pick: Safari Shortcuts