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OnePlus Watch reviewed, Changes to Apple's Find My app, and more - Pocket-lint podcast ep. 99

Season 3, Ep. 99

Being able to find your lost Apple gear has always been one of the great little features of the Apple eco-system. While we wait for the much-rumoured Apple AirTags to launch that will supposedly allow you to track or find any item, Apple has quietly updated the Find My service to allow other manufactures the chance for users to find their stuff with the app. What does it mean for Apple users and who is taking advantage of it? Pocket-lint's Britta O'Bolye is here to tell us more. 


Meanwhile Stuart talk to the Graham Jones, an internet psychologist about how we can look to overcome the stress that we all seem to suffer when it comes to watching something on streaming services. 


And Pocket-lint's Cam Bunton has been wearing the new OnePlus Watch, is it any good? Keep listening to find out, 


0:54 - Britta details the new features of Apple's Find My app 

5:55 - Interview with Graham Jones, an internet psychologist 

18:52 - Cam gives his verdict on the new OnePlus Watch


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Hosted by Stuart Miles

Production and editing by Stuart Miles

Guests: Britta O'Boyle, Cam Bunton, and Graham Jones


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

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