9to5Mac Pleased Hour 265: Apple Music updates, iPhone 9 rumors, iOS 14 default apps
Apple Music positive aspects new options, coronavirus forces Apple to regulate earnings steerage (once more), new iPhone SE and iPad Professional rumors proceed, and Apple could finaly be contemplating third-party default apps.
Tales we focus on on this episode:
- Ming-Chi Kuo casts doubt on 2×2 MIMO uplink support for 5G iPhone 12
- Three is launching 5G in time for ‘critical’ launch of new iPhones
- Pandora now lets you stream music on the Apple Watch without iPhone
- iPhone 12 may use custom 5G antenna with Qualcomm modems
- Apple March event rumored: iPhone 9 and more expected
- Apple says it won’t hit Q2 revenue target due to coronavirus
- Tim Cook details Apple’s response to coronavirus outbreak in memo to employees
- Bloomberg: iPhone SE 2 on track to launch in March despite coronavirus production delays, new iPad Pro in first half of the year
- Digitimes: New ’12-inch’ iPad Pro in production with 3D-sensing rear camera, likely March launch
- Alternate albums now get smarter handling on Apple Music
- Kuo: Ultra-wide band chip production ramp predicts Q3 2020 launch for Apple AirTags
- watchOS 6.1.3 for Apple Watch available today with critical bug fixes
- iPhone 9 mass production ‘likely’ delayed due to coronavirus, report says
- China to Taiwan: Apple shifting production over coronavirus
- Bloomberg: Apple considers allowing iPhone users to set third-party web browsers and email apps as defaults, native Spotify on HomePod
- Apple Music for Mac adds time-synced lyrics feature in latest macOS 10.15.4 beta
- Episode 32: CES and HomeKit Roundtable with Special Guests Zac Hall, Adam Justice and Richard Gunther
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