CNET UK podcast 466: Apple's iPhone sales woes, Microsoft's weird wake-up call and giant Lego statues

An embattled Apple admits that iPhone sales growth has slowed, while Microsoft is content to cook up a horrifying new alarm clock. It's all coming up on the UK's best tech podcast.

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Apple is reportedly planning a space mission to find a life-supporting planet full of beings who haven't bought iPhones yet. Probably.

Sarah Tew

We may have hit peak iPhone, as sales of Apple's luxurious mobiles have slowed for the first time ever.

On this week's edition of the UK's greatest tech podcast, we ask where Apple goes from here, and whether the non-iPhone gadgets that Tim Cook and pals are peddling can possibly keep the company out of trouble.

In other phone news, the OnePlus X is now available to all, whether or not you have an invite, and Uber is trying to keep belligerent customers calm with, er, Bop It.

Microsoft has cooked up a devilish new alarm clock app, while Google has gone dark about Glass on social media, and patented a quirky drone delivery box. We also talk to a professional Lego builder. Brace for job envy.

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