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New Apple TV hands-on, sports streaming, iOS 16.2 beta 9to5Mac Happy Hour

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Benjamin gives some hands-on impressions with the new Apple TV 4K. Hey Siri changes are rumored, and iOS 16.2 beta includes a whole new user interface with Custom Accessibility Mode. Plus, Zac got a Trail Loop for his Apple Watch Ultra, and takes a look at the status quo of streaming live sports.
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Benjamin gives some hands-on impressions with the new Apple TV 4K. Hey Siri changes are rumored, and iOS 16.2 beta includes a whole new user interface with Custom Accessibility Mode. Plus, Zac got a Trail Loop for his Apple Watch Ultra, and takes a look at the status quo of streaming live sports.
Sponsored by Paperlike: Check out Paperlike 2.1 the iPad screen protector featuring improved visual clarity and same papery feel and stroke resistance from Paperlike 2.
Sponsored by BetterHelp: As a listener, you’ll get 10% off your first month by visiting our sponsor at BetterHelp.com/MacHappyHour.
Sponsored by Ladder: Go to Ladder.com/HappyHour today to see if you're instantly approved.
Sponsored by Abode: The Abode HomeKit bundle includes everything you need to build your home security setup with 7 different HomeKit products discounted $300 to $499 for a limited time. Enter a chance to win an iPhone 14 here.


Follow
Zac Hall @apollozac
Benjamin Mayo @bzamayo
Read More

iPhone production crisis in China will see Foxconn quadruple workforce in India
China’s COVID-19 outbreaks worsen, with another manufacturing hub under lockdown
iOS 16.2 beta 2: Here’s every new feature and change
This Apple Watch Ultra band takes weeks to ship, but you can find it sooner
Apple wants to change the ‘Hey Siri’ trigger command to just ‘Siri’
Apple TV 4K officially launches; delays and shortages impacting availability
Apple News integration appears in Weather app on iOS 16.2 beta with relevant regional stories

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