It’s September, which means Apple is rolling out the latest updates to its flagship product, the iPhone. 2017 is the tenth anniversary of the original iPhone, and in acknowledging this, Apple released the iPhone X, a new all-screen, no home button iPhone which it says will set the standard for the next decade of iPhone. Alongside the iPhone X were the announcements of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus which further refined the 2014 design introduced with the iPhone 6. Apple also announced a revised Apple Watch with LTE capabilities, as well as a 4K HDR capable Apple TV. Steve and Ben review these latest product announcements, as well as explore whether recent criticism of Apple’s products and direction is valid and fair, and whether or not Apple is still capable of being the technology leader that Steve Jobs intended it to be when he first created the company in the 1970s, and when he returned in the late 1990s to lead it back from the edge of bankruptcy to the financial powerhouse that it is today.
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