Get all caught up on the latest "Apple Car," Apple TV, and "iPhone 6s" rumors on this week's all-new AppleInsider podcast. Mikey also shares his experiences with the HomeKit-connected iHome smart plug, Neil gives his impressions of a unique new tethered drone, and Shane extolls the potential of Force Touch input.
- The latest "Project Titan" rumors about a so-called "Apple Car"
- A new Magic Mouse and Apple Wireless Keyboard are coming, but what about Force Touch?
- Apple streaming television service delayed, and the potential for games on Apple TV
- Mikey's iHome ISP5 smartplug review and details on HomeKit integration
- Neil goes hands-on with a prototype tethered drone called the Photokite Phi
- The "iPhone 6s" will use the same series 7000 aluminum at the Apple Watch — Â what it could mean for you
- Bogus Apple Music usage data debunked by Apple itself
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Show note links:
- Apple eyes former naval base in California to test 'Project Titan' self-driving car - report
- Project Titan, SixtyEight & SG5: Inside Apple's top-secret electric car project
- Apple to update Magic Mouse & wireless keyboard with Bluetooth LE, integrated batteries, FCC reveals
- Report: Apple TV service pushed back to 2016, new hardware expected in September
- Entry into $34B console gaming market seen as largest opportunity for new Apple TV
- Review: iHome iSP5 SmartPlug gives dumb appliances a brain
- First look: Fotokite Phi tethered drone aims to be easiest & most portable way to capture aerial footage
- 'iPhone 6s' will move to Apple Watch's 7000-series aluminum, spectrometer analysis confirms
- Apple Watch Sport owners report unexpected rear logo damage, other text scratching off
- Apple refutes Apple Music survey, says 79% of trial customers still using service
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