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9to5Mac Happy Hour
A weekly podcast discussing the latest in Apple and technology. Hosted by 9to5Mac's Benjamin Mayo and Chance Miller.
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4.4 stars from 1,235 ratings
The content itself is interesting but the way the main host speaks is insufferable, essentially saying the word “like” and “right?” In every other sentence. Constantly. I just can’t take it seriously when someone’s vocabulary is so limited. Sorry guys, I’m out.
123677778 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/30/23
Ben and Chance are a nice blend. Ben seems more technically knowledgeable and Chance is more on the fanboy side, similar to Zac. It’s a good back and forth of the different perspectives. The only thing I can’t stand is when they go on 10 minute rants comparing Twitter to threads. I don’t...Read full review »
bbednarz57 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/29/23
Party Politics
Cheers for kicking off the podcast with a party political broadcast boys, now we know where we stand I can unsub with no looking back. You should declare it as paid advertisement as, given that it has zero to do with Apple, you wouldn’t be doing it otherwise on this podcast.
TheSunAndTheRainfall via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/29/23
Recent Episodes
iOS 17.2 beta release candidate is here with a few surprise changes in store, while Apple formally retires the iTunes TV Shows and Movies apps in tvOS. An impressive new app called Beeper brings iMessage to Android in the right way. There’s also talk of an Apple-Paramount streaming bundle, and...
Published 12/07/23
Published 12/07/23
Chance has some more thoughts about his new MacBook Pro, then he and Benjamin dive into the changes in iOS 17.2 beta 4, Apple services debut their Year-in-Review press, Apple seems to be on the edge of ditching Goldman Sachs for the Apple Card, and there are even more hints about when we can...
Published 11/30/23
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