Did Apple really win CES (insofar as anyone "wins" CES) with getting AirPlay 2 on all those TVs? (And iTunes movies and shows on Samsung's stuff?) I dunno. On one hand, yes. It's a big deal. But on the other hand, it shouldn't really surprise anyone. Apple had to do this if it really is going to have its own streaming video service and not just carry all the same stuff that everyone else has. Right?
To make sense of it all, we sat down with Rene Ritchie of iMore and Vector for a very special episode of the CordCutters Podcast.
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