Episode: Upgrade 231: The Upgrade Cycle Is Extending


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Upgrade 231: The Upgrade Cycle Is Extending

What Apple's quarterly results had to say about iPhone sales and prices, Apple reaches a fork in the road when it comes to keyboard design, and just after the official opening of 2019 iPhone Rumor Season comes the official opening of 2020 iPhone Rumor Season.

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Panic Blog » CandyBar, Mountain Lion, and Beyond
Connected #228: Oh No, Ovo! - Relay FM
Download #89: The Second-Best of Times - Relay FM
Super Bowl Ads 2019: Watch Them All Here | Hollywood Reporter
Super Bowl 2019: 11 new movie & TV trailers dropped during the game - Polygon
Apple's dramatic Q1 2019 results - Six Colors
Apple is getting closer and closer to spelling out its TV strategy - Recode
5 things we learned from Apple’s latest quarterly results | Macworld
The iPhone XR Is Apple's Top Phone, and Other iPhone Sales Secrets
Apple Exploring New Glass Panel MacBook Keyboards That Could End Sticky Key Problems - MacRumors
Where Apple’s reinvention of the keyboard may go next | Macworld
Apple Music takes flight on American Airlines - Apple
Amazon.com: Kindle Oasis Leather Cover
PopSockets® - The Original Phone Grip, now with a Swappable Design!


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