We refuse to open the description of this week’s podcast with a stuttering ch-ch-ch David Bowie reference, but honestly, changes is what this week’s podcast is all about. We begin by discussion possible changes to the form and size of the next generation of iPhones, move smoothly into Apple’s possible acquisition of Beats Music, take a left turn at the departure of Apple’s VP of Worldwide Corporate Communications, and finally swing back around to a favorite topic—how the FCC’s Tom Wheeler is trying to portray his recent remouthing of plans to destroy Net Neutrality as a serious change in direction.
Listen to episode 407
- Apple’s iPhone 6 Could Arrive One Month Early? Maybe, Maybe Not
- Why streaming music services matter
- Apple PR's Katie Cotton departs: What it could mean for the press
- FCC Net-Neutrality Plan in Chaos
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