Almost a month ago now Apple officially announced the newest music-focused event, in September.
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Apple launched a quick lottery focused on the new Apple TV, which would see some lucky developers get a chance to pick up the new set-top box for their developmental practices.
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.
At the beginning of June, a report surfaced that CBS would be rolling out a Showtime standalone streaming service, and it didn’t take long before that was officially confirmed.
In early August, it was revealed that the NFL Now app would be launching in the same month for Apple TV. Now, two weeks later, the app is officially available for Apple’s set-top box.
The NFL Now app that was revealed just a few days ago is now official, and if you own an iOS-based device with iOS 7 or later, or have a current Apple TV sitting nearby, you can access the deepest NFL video library anywhere whenever you want. Plus, plenty of other bonuses for NFL fans out there.
At this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple unveiled iOS 8 and a plethora of new features that are designed to bring new life to their mobile platform. At the same time, though, they wanted to put a lot of focus on the synergy between their mobile software and the operating system geared towards their Macs. They call it Continuity, and while they had specific features that fell into the category, there are other features that could easily fall into that idea. One of them is Family Sharing, and Apple TV is looking to get into the sharing is caring mentality.