Apple has big plans for their set-top box, the Apple TV. Based on all of the rumors and reports that we’ve been seeing over the last several weeks, if not months, it would be hard to consider that Apple still thinks of the Apple TV as just a hobby.
At the tail-end of July, the National Football League did away with its Game Rewind program, and instead opted to include a subscription-based service in its place.
Apple TV 4 will have focus on gaming with Bluetooth controllers, Siri to control ‘mostly everything’
Details about Apple’s upcoming refresh to its set-top box, the Apple TV, keep funneling out ahead of the expected debut on Apple’s September 9 event day.
According to sources of 9to5Mac, the next generation Apple TV will be priced below $200 and will go up for sale sometime in October. The final price of the set top box has still not been finalised by Apple though, with the starting price point going to be either $149 or $199.
One of the more consistently rumored products coming down the pipe from Apple is a streaming TV service, but so far behind-the-scenes negotiations aren’t working out all that well, based on a new report.