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027: Shareholders meeting recap, Kevin Durant on Apple TV, HomePod tips | 9to5Mac Daily

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    Today we’ve a recap of Apple’s 2018 meeting of shareholders from Steve Jobs Theater, Apple picking up a new TV show starring NBA’s Kevin Durant, and two useful HomePod tips.

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