Google paid Apple around $10 billion in 2020 to have it as the default search engine on Apple devices. That is expected to go up to $15 billion in 2021, and even higher in years to come. Samsung had an interesting week with its ability to block stolen TVs and having a flight evacuated after one of its phones ignites. Dave and I also sprinkle in some follow-up items from last week's show.
Dave is interested in how many devices you have listed in your iCloud account, something he dubbed as your Apple Score. We also talk about the Apple TV+ movie CODA, and Spatial Audio in Netflix. Finally, reports came out this week about a double agent feeding Apple information from a community that deals in stolen iPhones and other data.
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In this week's show Dave and I look at rumors that the next iPhone will include Portrait mode for video, similar to the photo feature released a few years ago. We also talk about whether sampling in music is theft or good for the industry, and Dave tells a story about Steve Jobs taking a photo for a family.
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Did you know that ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons was in a TV Show? Also, Dave and I talk about Apple's newest TV show with Mark Ronson called Watch the Sound where he discusses some key points in music with famous people. Speaking of Apple TV, the company just cancelled one of its shows as it tries to be one of the best services on the market.