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Why I never trusted Apple Music (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 36)

Stories about whether Apple Music is deleting your files hasn't changed how Brian Tong feels about the service. Apple has its own grammar rules, and the iPhone is the most influential tech gadget, according to Time.

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Listen to the Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 36

Extra Crunchy show notes:

- Apple Music News:

Apple Music's iOS 10 overhaul detailed: black & white UI, 'huge artwork', lyrics integration

Apple Stole My Music. No, Seriously.

- Siri News:

Siri's creators say they've made something better that will take care of everything for you

- Other News:

YouTube Said to Plan 'Unplugged' Online TV Service for 2017

The 50 Most Influential Gadgets of All Time

TIME Names iPhone Most Influential Gadget of All Time

Jony Ive Shares Thoughts on Design, Fashion and Apple Watch in Met Gala Interview

Tim Cook's Charity Lunch Auction Raises More Than $500,000 for RFK Center

Apple insists you're saying its product names all wrong

Apple Marketing Chief Phil Schiller: 'One Need Never Pluralize Apple Product Names'

- iPhone 7 News:

What will Tim Cook's 'can't live without' new feature for iPhone 7 be?

Sight unseen, consumers are more excited about Apple's 'iPhone 7' than they were for iPhone 6S

- Social Networking:

Tweet at Brian Tong on Twitter

Tweet to Stephen Beacham on Twitter

With contribution from Stephen Beacham.