Episode: 227: Twenty Nine TeeVee

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227: Twenty Nine TeeVee

The new year starts with a bang, as Apple misses its iPhone sales forecast and announces surprising partnerships with Samsung and other TV makers in advance of the launch of its new video service. We discuss these earth-shattering issues in detail, not to mention Jason's world-exclusive trial of a new iPad Pro keyboard.

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Upgrade Christmas Intro - HM Boutet - YouTube
Upgradies Hall of Fame
Mac Power Users #464: Stephen... Who? - Relay FM
Mac Power Users #462: Return to the Snell Zone - Relay FM
Hands on with the Brydge 12.9 Pro keyboard - Six Colors
Brydge iPad Pro Keyboards (2018)
Samsung Smart TVs to Launch iTunes Movies & TV Shows and Support AirPlay 2 Beginning Spring 2019 - Samsung US Newsroom
Five big questions about Apple putting iTunes on Samsung TVs - The Verge
Airplay Is Coming to Vizio, LG Smart TVs – Variety
TV Talk Machine - a podcast from The Incomparable
The Ride Is Over: Apple Faces the End of the iPhone Boom – Tom's Guide
Accidental Tech Podcast: 307: Casey Apple Pencil
Apple’s Errors – Stratechery by Ben Thompson
Apple’s Precarious and Pivotal 2019 – 500ish Words
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