During the keynote for this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple showcased tvOS 12 and its new features.
There are a lot of streaming options out there, some of which offer the same content as others. But the newest effort from Warner Bros. and DC may actually be spicing things up a bit.
Apple is said to be spending north of a billion dollars towards original programming meant for Apple TV customers. The New York Times now mentions that the company is looking to launch its extended content service by March 2019.
Retailer Best Buy has officially announced a 3-day deal on a number of electronics including Apple’s MacBook Pro and 4th gen Apple TV. There are a bunch 13-inch MacBook Pro models currently on sale via Best Buy, with each getting $200 off and an additional $50 off with a student coupon.
An updated Apple TV trademark from Apple points to the coming possibly working on making the HDMI streaming box a better gaming machine. The patent was filed under international class 028 which is specifically related to gaming consoles.
While HomePod doesn’t directly integrate with the Apple TV like Chromecast does with Google Home, that doesn’t mean you can’t use HomePod as an excellent speaker system for your Apple TV. Using AirPlay, you can wirelessly connect your HomePod to your Apple TV and use it as a soundbar replacement. While HomePod is designed for music playback, it provides a rich sound when it comes to movies and TV shows as well.
Following the public release of iOS 11.2.1, which primarily fixes an issue related to HomeKit and the Home app, Apple has also released a minor update to tvOS.
In October of last year, Apple officially unveiled its TV app, a new way for the company to integrate a variety of video content all in one place.