Apple has sights on the TV, based on a variety of rumors over the years, and if a new report is any indication, the company flat-out refuses to give up on the idea.
Right now, set-top boxes are devices that give access to a laundry list of content providers, but red tape, subscription services, and whatever else from TV providers/networks can cause some issues for some box owners.
According to information from today’s earnings call, both the Apple Watch and the Apple TV set new quarterly sales records in Q1 2016.
Apple has just seeded the second beta version of tvOS 9.2 for the fourth-generation Apple TV to developers for testing.
Today’s beta comes just two weeks after releasing the first beta version of tvOS 9.2.
Apple has just released tvOS 9.1.1 for the fourth generation Apple TV. It includes the much-awaited Podcast app.
Apple seeded tvOS 9.2 beta for the fourth generation Apple TV few days back, which comes with some nice new features to the stock system that shipped out with the devices. We reviewed some of the new tvOS 9.2 features, which includes a revamped app switcher, the addition of folders, new supported languages for Siri, and more. If you want to check out these new features we are going to show you how to install tvOS beta on your Apple TV.
Apple released a new ad titled “The Future of TV is Apps,” focusing on the apps for its fourth-generation Apple TV.
Ben Keighran, the designer who played a key role in the development of the fourth-generation Apple TV is reportedly leaving the Cupertino California company.
Apple has plans. A lot of plans. And the Rumor Mill suggests that one of those plans is to launch a TV service at some point in the future.