It’s the week before Apple unveils the iPhone SE, (if that is its real name), and like kids on a podcast a week before Christmas morning, we speculate on what we’re going to get, and whether Santa might skimp on little details like adequate storage or a headphone jack. Senior Editor Roman Loyola joins Glenn and Susie in wondering how Apple is going to sell this thing, and how well that might work.
Elsewhere (including at South by Southwest!), don’t you know it, that little spat about encryption and free speech and terrorism and privacy and iPhones and freedom is _still_ going on? Don’t worry, John Oliver is here to explain it all—and in the process he could help make Apple’s case more sympathetic to a whole lot of people.
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