New Apple TV Hands On Sports Streaming iOS 16.2 Beta – Episode 407

Benjamin gives some hands-on impressions with the new Apple TV 4K. There are rumors of Hey Siri changes, and iOS 16.2 beta comes with a whole new user interface with custom access mode. Also, 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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  • Due to the iPhone production crisis in China, Foxconn will quadruple its workforce in India
  • China’s COVID-19 outbreaks worsen as another manufacturing center goes into lockdown
  • iOS 16.2 Beta 2: Here are all the new features and changes
  • This Apple Watch Ultra band takes weeks to ship, but you may find it sooner
  • Apple wants to change the trigger command “Hey Siri” to “Siri”.
  • Apple TV 4K officially launched; Delays and bottlenecks affecting availability
  • Apple News integration appears in the Weather app on iOS 16.2 beta with relevant regional breaking news

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