FireTV Vs. AppleTV, Office Comes To iPad, And We Love April Fools On The CultCast



You want iPhone rumors? Well CultCast’s got’em, brotherrrr! This time: the rumored 5.5-inch iPhone 6 gets delayed and patents indicate a future of interchangeable iLenses. Plus, what FireTV has that Apple TV needs; iWork online gets an update; Office finally comes to iPad; and Facebook bought Oculus, but why?

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On The CultCast this week

Leander Kahney – Cult of Mac Editor-in-Chief, loyal subject of the Queen.
Erfon Elijah – Cult of Mac writer and host of The CultCast.
Buster Heine – Cult of Mac writer and community manager.

This Week’s Stories

Apple Buys iFixit and Other 2014 April Fools Jokes

5.5-Inch iPhone 6 Suffers Production Setback [Rumor]

Alleged iPhone Images Show Slimmer Body, Protruding Camera

Future iPhones Could Feature Changeable Camera Lenses [Patent]

Quickly Hide All The Icons On Your Desktop [OS X Tips]

Amazon Takes On Apple TV With $99 FireTV

iWork for iCloud Gets Facelift, Thank Goodness