Apple Watch: Elisa talks about her experience with the Apple Watch that she received for Christmas. Elisa truly enjoys it and finds that she is using it mostly for the fitness features. Although, Mark shows his laziness by avoiding move notifications. Mark discuss how good the Apple Watch is for talking while your driving. That said, he doesn't condone making calls or using a handset while driving, but receiving a call while driving is marginally acceptable. Elisa has a problem with Apple Pay not always registering, whereas Mark simply can't use Apple Pay in Australia. Back to Elisa's problem, if you know how to rectify the problem she discusses, please let her know. Peter does suggest that it could be a case of just getting used to where to place the watch when making payments as he has noticed that sometimes placement is the key to a smooth transaction. Elisa raises a further issue with regards to the acknowledgement of motion within the fitness/health aspects of the watch. Mark and Peter have had similar issues, so I guess we can suggest that these problems are a result of the Apple Watch being a version one product. Elisa tells us all how to convince the significant other to buy an Apple Watch and she also tells us how to get a bargain.
Apple Music (+General Music Discussion): Mark discusses Apple Music and their recent announcement of having 10 million paid subscribers. He then contrasts that with TIDAL Hi-Fi's 1 million paid subscribers and that inevitably sends the rest of the episode into a music based discussion.