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Apple's new iPad Pro, Land Rover Defender's connected future, and Animal Crossing reviewed - Pocket-lint ep 45

Season 2, Ep. 45

This week, Apple announced the launch of not only an update to the MacBook Air, but two new iPad Pro models. And, as well as sport a range of new features, they are now compatible with an optional new accessory - the Magic Keyboard. 


Unlike the smart keyboard we've had before, this one comes complete with a trackpad for improved usability. Pocket-lint's Dan Grabham joins host Stuart to discuss the announcements. 


Stuart also caught up with Jaguar Land Rover's connected car director, Peter Virk, at CES earlier this year to talk about the new Land Rover Defender why you'll need your car to have not one but two SIM cards in it. 


And finally, Pocket-lint's Rik Henderson has been playing Animal Crossing: New Horizons on the Nintendo Switch and is here to give us his verdict. 


01:00 - Dan and Stuart talk Apple iPad Pro launch

12:27 - Peter Virk interview

22:12 - Rik gives his opinion on Animal Crossing New Horizon


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Hosted by Stuart Miles

Production and editing by Stuart Miles

Guests: Dan Grabham, Rik Henderson, and Peter Virk

Music by Lee Rosevere - Let's Start at the Beginning and Southside

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