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Buyers of the 13-inch M2 MacBook Pro have discovered that the base model’s SSD speeds are slower than the M1 counterpart. Benjamin and Zac weigh in on whether this is a big deal or not. Plus, the story around iPadOS 16 and home hubs gets even more co... more
Benjamin and Zac discuss all the features and changes in iOS 16 beta 2, as well as a grab bag of other iOS 16 stuff including a brand new video player. Plus, Apple announced a major sports deal with Major League Soccer. more
Benjamin and Zac discuss the exciting rumors about the introduction of a 15-inch MacBook Air, the return of a 12-inch MacBook, and big HomePod. Apple has finally settled its complaints with the Netherlands (for now) … and Zac gives his hands-on impre... more
This is a good podcast but too Mac-centric… iPad, for example, is always the underdog here and looked down as a productivity tool…
Keep up the great work! I love the hosts’ dynamic on this show. It brings a good balance to the topics discussed.
I love your podcast to keep me up to date on all things Apple. And yes, if subscribing wouldn’t cost a gallon of gas, I would subscribe. Anyway, you guys need to watch Prehistoric Planet. I’m not sure how they did it, but the CGI is top notch!
In the most recent episode, Zac had a racist outburst about Phil Schiller being replaced with “another old white guy,” and then the two boys spent the last ten minutes going on about vaccines. I could turn on CNN if I wanted this l garbage. Always causing alarmism about the Wuhan Flu as well.
Benjamin and Zac - Keep up the great work. I always look forward to hearing your thoughts on Apple and technology in general. This podcast is a Friday highlight. more
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9to5Mac Happy Hour launched 9 years ago and published 101 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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