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Apple patents magnetic detachable headphones for the iPhone (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Ep 28)

A 9.7-inch iPad Pro, iPhone SE and Apple Watch bands are expected on March 21. The Apple vs. FBI battle goes to Congress, and the MacBook Selfie Stick looks dangerous.


A 9-point-7 inch iPad Pro, iPhone SE and Apple Watch bands are expected on March 21st. The Apple vs. FBI battle goes to Congress hearings, and the MacBook Selfie Stick looks dangerous.

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Extra Crunchy Show Notes:

Mark Your Calendars: Apple's Product Event Will Be Held the Week of March 21

Apple likely to drop the '5', call new 4-inch model the 'iPhone SE'

Apple to launch 9.7-inch iPad Pro, not Air 3; Smart Keyboard & Apple Pencil support likely

New 9.7-inch iPad Pro may best 12.9-inch model with 12MP camera, 4K video

iPHONE 7 News:

iPhone 7 May Feature Flush Camera, Stereo Speakers and Thinner Lightning Port

High-End iPhone 7 Plus With Dual Cameras Could be Called 'iPhone Pro'

Dual Camera Smartphones Expected to Inspire New 'Killer Apps'

Apple patents magnetically detachable wireless earbuds for iPhone


Apple vs. the FBI: Catch up on the iPhone encryption hearing

ACLU, United Nations watchdog, & others file court briefs siding with Apple in encryption case

New York judge rules that the government can't force Apple to unlock an iPhone

Other Apple News:

Apple Leases Sunnyvale Industrial Building Near Rumored Car Development Site

Apple confirms OS X update broke Ethernet port on some Macs, here's how to fix

Drone maker DJI's new Apple partnership inspired by customer crossover

Think you've seen some ridiculous selfie sticks? This one takes the cake

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With contribution from Stephen Beacham.