In this week's CultCast:
Thirsty Germans drink the tears of Brazilian children! Ohhh, sorry. Too soon? Also on the docket: the secret Apple eBay store is back at it and selling iPhones at absurdly low prices; we pitch insanely great feature we hope Apple bakes in to Siri soon; a YouTuber gets his hands on the iPhone 6’s sapphire screen and its durability is hard to believe; and… GEEKN, the new segment where we divulge whatever gadget or activity we’re currently obsessing over. Stay tuned till the end for that.
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Links to today’s topics:
- Secret Apple factory outlet is the cheapest place to get an iPhone 5
- How Siri’s ultimate killer feature could be remembering
- Steve Jobs was right: Tablet sales set to topple the PC market
- Total iBeacon shipments will blow past 60 million units by 2019
- iPhone 6 Sapphire display emerges unscathed from brutal scratch test
- Battery life will still suck on ultra-slim iPhone 6
- Foxconn is ready to release an army of robots to build the iPhone 6
- OS X Yosemite gets Dark Mode and other interface tweaks in third developer preview
- All the tiny new tweaks added in iOS 8 beta 3
- Germany defeats Brazil 7-1 in the 2014 World Cup semi-final