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The guys talk about the spree of updates Apple just released for iOS, OS X, watchOS, and tvOS, including the release of iTunes 12.4 and the minor design tweaks it brings. Cody and Sebastien also discuss the $1 billion investment Apple recently made in Chinese company Didi, iPhone 7 claims and rumors, and Siri’s many shortcomings.

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  • XenonKilla

    YAWN! oh oh sorry I fell asleep. =/

    I guess Crapple will continue to crawl back into the hole they were in before the iPhone came along. It was fun while it lasted. 🙂

  • Anonymous

    To our host of lets talk ios, in this latest episode of LTIos you guys talk about how the music app should be broken into two different apps, one with your music and the other as apple music. Personally i dont think the app is confusing. However, both of you and many iDB users ive read would disagree with me. Which is fine. Currently i dont think there needs to be two app because the two apps already exsit. My tip is if you disagree with me and find the music app confusing think of the music app as your “apple music app” and itunes store app as your itunes “music you” own. From the itunes store app you can see if the music is downloaded to said device, if not you can still stream it, but at the end of the day you know anything in there you own it. And just assume to make things easier that if your an apple music subscriber that anything in the music app is streaming music or your “apple music app”.

    Steps itunes store app > more tab > purchased tab > music tab> Said song > chosen action