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Your iPhone's Touch ID could unlock the next version of OS X (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 38)

Bugs after bugs are killing our confidence in Apple software. Plus, the iPhone maker wants wireless charging you can walk with, and I visit Apple's new retail store concept in Union Square.

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Listen to the Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 38

- EXTRA CRUNCHY SHOW NOTES:

- iPHONE FUTURE NEWS:

Report: Apple taps LG for iPhone 7 dual-camera as Sony lags, plans OIS for 4.7-inch models

Apple staffing up on wireless charging experts, including former uBeam engineers

Apple Hires Pair of Engineers From Wireless Charging Startup uBeam

Apple Granted a Key Patent Supporting Touch ID beneath a Touch Display

- APPLE STORE VISIT:

- MAC OS X NEWS:

Apple Working on OS X 10.12 Feature Allowing Macs to Be Unlocked via iPhone's Touch ID

Knock To Unlock App

Siri for Mac's Colorful Waveform Dock Icon Revealed Ahead of OS X 10.12 Unveiling

- MUSIC NEWS:

Apple Confirms Music Deletion Glitch, Says Fix Incoming in Future iTunes Update

iTunes 12.4 is here, but there's no word on that music deletion issue

Tweaked Apple Music app with 'Browse' spotted on Apple TV

- BUGS IN APPLE:

Apple Pulls iOS 9.3.2 Update for 9.7-Inch iPad Pro After Bricking Complaints

9.7-Inch iPad Pro Crashing Issues Persist for Some Users on iOS 9.3.2

Apple Releases iOS 9.3.2 With Support for Simultaneous Night Shift/Low Power Mode Usage

Apple Releases OS X 10.11.5 El Capitan With Bug Fixes and Performance Improvements

Mac Users Reporting Widespread System Freezes With OS X El Capitan 10.11.4 Update

5 reasons to install Google's keyboard on your iPhone

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With contribution from Stephen Beacham.