AppleInsider podcast talks Apple Watch battery life, iOS 10 liquid detection, beta updates, more

AppleInsider editors Nei Hughes and Victor Marks wrap up the latest in betas and rumors:

  • “Ghostbusters” was a fun movie
  • Giveaway!
  • Why do GPS fitness smart watches seem to have longer battery life than Apple Watch?
  • Apple Watch marketshare down (apparently)
  • Public betas!
  • iOS 10 beta has water detection warnings for Lightning port
  • We comment on videos showing “iPhone 7” case backs
  • ‘Apple Car’ delayed?
  • India’s Prime Minister’s cabinet makes an exception, Indian Apple Stores are going to happen
  • Neil gets an Apple Store in Brooklyn
  • Corning updates Gorilla Glass to version 5, more drop-proof

This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Neil and Victor discuss the latest updates in public betas, the reason the GPS watches seem to last longer that a day, liquid damage avoidance in iOS 10, apparent delays for the “Apple Car,” and much more.

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Show note links:

  • Giveaway: Win a Buzz 2in1 Cable, Reload 5 HP Battery and MUV USB World Adapter from Skross
  • Apple Watch falls to 47 percent marketshare, but retains lead among smartwatches
  • Second public betas of iOS 10, macOS Sierra now available
  • Liquid ingress warning in iOS 10 beta protects iPhone against water damage
  • Video shows ‘iPhone 7’ mockups in Space Gray, gold and rose gold
  • ‘Apple Car’ rollout reportedly delayed until 2021, owing to obstacles in ‘Project Titan’
  • Corning unveils Gorilla Glass 5, evolutionary successor for iPhone screens
  • Indian PM’s cabinet intervening to allow local Apple Stores – report

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