3rd-party Apple Watch faces, and how the iPhone was really invented, this week on The CultCast


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This week on The CultCast: You’ll laugh, you’ll cry — wait till you hear the latest lawsuit aimed right at Apple’s biggest products. Plus: Leaked photos of EarPods with a Lightning connector look better than expected; why we may never get third-party Apple Watch faces; Netflix is adding a feature it swore would never happen; and a man builds a vibrant photography career in the world of sports with nothing but his iPhone. Oh, and Val Kilmer dances with a carrot in his derriere. Just hit play already.

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This week’s links

Netflix to add offline viewing by the end of 2016

John Gruber: Don’t Ever Expect Third Party Watch Faces on Apple Watch

Gaze upon iPhone 7’s Lightning EarPods in all their glory

Apple sued by man who claims he invented iPhone in 1992

Meet the sports shooter who leaves heavy gear behind for an iPhone

Erfon mentioned these Sony XBA-H1 earphones!


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