This week Benjamin and Zac discuss a range of topics including Apple Watch and DST challenges, new Apple Watch Series 4 improvements, iOS 12.0.1 fixes and iOS 12 adoption rate, new Apple Music and Apple Pay updates, the latest round of smart ‘speakers’ from Facebook, Google, and Amazon, the mysterious China security story and an interesting fraud scheme, Apple’s original content strategy, new iPad Pro rumors, and more.
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