Remember Knight Rider? Remember how KITT, the awesome talking Trans-Am, could travel independently of our hero Michael Knight? Glenn came to San Francisco recently, and tested a few valet parking services that let you hand off your car in one place, go about your day fighting crime or whatever, and have your car brought to you in another place. (Michael Knight even had an Apple Watch prototype, if you think about it.)
When not freaking out about how very, very *Knight Rider* this whole thing is, Glenn and Susie discuss the sweet new iPod touch that Apple just released: Who's it for, what are its strengths, and could it hold any clues to the next low-end iPhone. The Apple Watch has been out almost three months, and still doesn't need Facebook (please, really, no Facebook), so we talk about what kinds of impacts it's made on us so far—if we're still wearing it, that is.
Apple overhauls iPod touch, adds new colors to iPod family by Caitlin McGarry
Is the new iPod touch a harbinger of a 4-inch iPhone 6c? by Jason Snell
Apple Waits as App Developers Study Who’s Buying Its Watch by Brian X. Chen and Vindu Goel at the New York Times
‘Apple Waits as App Developers Study Who’s Buying Its Watch’ linked by Jason Snell at Six Colors
Why the Apple Watch actually is my most personal Apple device by Michael Simon
Why a strong password doesn't help as much as a unique one by Glenn Fleishman
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