Weekly Round Up #25: Apple special, is Apple innovating or stealing from others?

Welcome to Weekly Roundup, our podcast discussing the tech trends, innovation and news from the last few days.

This week on BurnCast, Andy Walker, Jacques Coetzee, Lethabo Mokgatle and Christopher Wilton chat about Apple’s WWDC 2015 event.

Today’s podcast is a special, focusing on a single event, dissecting and weighing the software that Apple launched. The event was, as all Apple events are, highly anticipated.

A day before the event a Sony executives let slip that Apple Music was going to be launched. And launch it did, roping in some of the most experienced music deejays around the world.

The team looks at all the software that Apple launched on the day, from iOS 9, OS X 10.11 El Capitan, Apple Music, Apple pay, native apps for the Apple Watch, and metal for OS X.

Memeburn and its sister site Gearburn did a comprehensive coverage of the event you can listen to hear:

Read more:

WWDC 2015 live blog: Apple forgot about Dre but reveals Drake, the Weeknd instead

What does Apple News mean for SA publishers?

All the facts, figures you need to know about Apple’s WWDC 2015

The Apple of our eye: turns out people loved the WWDC keynote

Apple Music: the right move, or a pricey dead end?

WWDC 2015: here’s everything Apple announced today



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