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9to5Mac Happy Hour
A weekly podcast discussing the latest in Apple and technology. Hosted by 9to5Mac's Benjamin Mayo and Zac Hall.
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4.5 stars from 1,013 ratings
Poor audio
I like the content and conversation, but one of the hosts (the American) sounds like he’s locked in a bathroom and we’re listening from the other side of the door. A little annoying, so I don't listen on a regular basis.Read full review »
Movieguy43 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/19/21
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After months of listening I have given up. Ben comes across a nice guy with lots of insightful comments from a developers perspective, but he is usually interrupted and spoken over by Zac who is simply insufferable. There are better Apple podcasts.
Knoght of Ni via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/10/21
Learn to speak English
I wanted to like this but the host manages to say ‘like’ about 50 times 5-7 min into the latest episode, followed by ‘right?’ around 30 times. @host - polish up your English, listening to your conversation is somewhat dull and you do not come across as a particularly intelligent person with a...Read full review »
richardms via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/13/20
Recent Episodes
This week, Benjamin and Chance discuss the latest changes in iOS 14.5 beta 2 including shareable lyrics in Apple Music, as well as ponder the fate of the iPhone 12 mini and assess how much Apple services advertising and marketing is hurting the Apple software experience. Sponsored by TwoBird —one...
Published 02/19/21
This week Zac and Benjamin discuss Apple’s updated offer on the Developer Transition Kit, the stalled state of Apple Car talks, new features coming in iOS 14.5, Dan Riccio’s not so secret project at Apple, Apple’s first AR app for Apple TV+ shows, and more. Sponsored by...
Published 02/11/21
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