Daily - Keynote Conclusions and Unsolved Mysteries

After several days reading the news and "digesting" what we saw in the presentation of the new iPhone, it is now a good time to have a more calm, objective and reasoned opinion of everything that Apple presented to us. The Apple event had lights, good news for users, and some details that we did not like so much. In the absence of knowing how good the cameras of the new iPhone are, and if the batteries are as durable as they claim, I will tell you my final conclusions.

In addition we also talk about the main news that have occurred these days, such as what RAM memory do the new iPhones have, and if they really include that reverse load that Apple didn't say a word about in the Keynote pass. By the way, which iPhone have you finally chosen?

In addition to the news and opinion about the news of the week, we will also answer questions from our listeners. We will have the hashtag #podcastapple active throughout the week on Twitter so you can ask us what you want, make us suggestions or whatever comes to mind. Doubts, tutorials, opinion and review of applications, anything has a place in this section that will occupy the final part of our podcast and that we want you to help us do every week.

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