11x10 Podcast: Updates, Bugs, and AirPods Pro

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One more week we already have with us the #podcastapple in which we talk and comment on the news relating to the Apple world that occurred last week, among other things. If we focus on the week we can highlight Apple's "shit" with the HomePod update, the launch of the AirPods Pro and of course the good financial results obtained this quarter, which will almost certainly improve the next.

In short, an interesting week in terms of news from the Cupertino company that we hope will continue to provide news during the next few days and we have pending a Mac Pro, a 16-inch MacBook Pro, Apple TV and more ... 

If you want you can follow us live from our channel on YouTube, or wait a few hours until the audio of the broadcast podcast is available through iTunes. If you have any problem, question or suggestion that you want to share in our podcast, you can comment on it live through the chat available on YouTube,using the hashtag #podcastapple on Twitter or from our Telegram channel.

The truth is that it is always great to share the early hours of Tuesday in direct direct with all of you. In addition, the important thing is that more and more users are following us live and this is something that we greatly appreciate sincethe community does not stop growing and growing. Without further comment we hope you can leave a review on iTunes or the player you use with your impressions to help us reach more users and that they know us and share with us these nights.

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