AppleInsider podcast talks Apple's biggest product launches, events and news from 2015For the first AppleInsider podcast of 2016 we go back in time a few hours to 2015, a year full of product launches, doom and gloom on Wall Street, corporate changes, new directions and much more.
This week Dan Dilger, Mikey Campbell and Victor Marks wrap up 2015:
- Watching trends instead of the supply chain
- iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus success spills into 2015
- Apple Watch marks Apple's entry into wearables
- Apple TV becomes a full-fledged platform for the living room
- iPad Pro further blurs line between tablet and laptop
- 12-inch MacBook laptop paves way for future laptop design
- iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus pack in cutting-edge tech
- Apple enters music streaming fray with Apple Music
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Show note links:
- Apple announces 4.7" iPhone 6 and 5.5" iPhone 6 Plus: New design, A8 CPU, Retina HD display
- Review: Apple Watch is beautiful, but rough around the edges
- Review: Apple's all-new 12" MacBook with Retina display
- Review: Fourth-gen Apple TV with Siri Remote and tvOS App Store
- Apple Music streams songs on-demand, features 24/7 'Beats 1' station, on iOS & Android for $10/month
- Review: Apple's iPad Pro with A9X CPU and 12.9-inch Retina display
- In-depth review: Apple's iPhone 6s & 6s Plus with 3D Touch
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