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Appleosophy Weekly Episode 9: Apple announces new iPad Air and iPad mini, Apple March Event announced, WWDC19 to be held on June 3-7, Apple vs Spotify, and more!

Appleosophy Weekly, the podcast that breaks down the week’s Apple News in a digestible way. Hosted by Appleosophy’s Editorial Team and Podcasts Team, who have in-depth knowledge on Apple and Apple services, including special guests.

This week, Holden Satterwhite the CEO and Founder of Appleosophy, talks with podcast host Praveen Nagaraj and Chris Grainger who is one of the co-founders for Appleosophy and serves as the COO on the Appleosophy Executive team. We go into talking about the new iPad Air Apple recently announced and the new iPad mini 5 and discussed what’s new and what market it’s for. We also go into what we expect for the Apple March 25th event and more! Be sure to follow us on @appleosophy on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Visit our website at appleosophy.com

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