A new report from Bloomberg claims that Apple is working on a product that would combine the next-generation Apple TV, a HomePod speaker, and a web camera into one single product.
Apple is working on a new remote for Apple TV carrying the codename “B519.” There are no other details on what changes and improvements Apple is planning to make on its upcoming Apple TV Remote.
Earlier this week, we saw how someone modded a 17-year old iPod classic to play Spotify. A YouTuber has turned the iconic Nintendo GameBoy Color into Apple TV remote thanks to the IR sensor and convenient button placement this time around.
The ongoing Apple vs Epic battle has revealed quite a bit about just how careful Apple was when it came to deciding the App Store fees. One of the emails dating back to 2011 has now revealed how Apple handled the subscription fees via Apple TV and how it did not want to leave “money on the table.”
Apple is reportedly working on new variants of the Apple TV with an A12X/Z chip and an “A14X-like” chip. The two chips are substantially more powerful than the A10X chipset found inside the current Apple TV that was last updated in 2017.
Jon Prosser, a popular personality when it comes to leaking information about upcoming products from Apple, held a Q&A session on Twitter a few hours ago, where he has revealed information about a lot of upcoming devices from the Cupertino-based tech giant.
Apple recently launched the updated MacBook Air and the iPad Pro with massive upgrades, but the company isn’t done yet. While we know that new iPhones are coming later this year, a new report states that the Cupertino-based firm will launch more updated products, including the new Apple TV and refreshed iMacs before the end of this year.
It was recently revealed that Apple is working on a new Apple TV, but none of its features were revealed. Now, it is being reported that the upcoming media streaming device will get higher storage and some new software features related to kids.
Apple has been steadily adding smart home features year after year via its HomeKit APIs in newer versions of iOS, iPadOS, and watchOS. Now, some more HomeKit related features have been leaked via iOS 14 code, and the list includes face recognition support for security cameras and Night Shift for smart lights.
Apple might be working on a new Apple TV with a newer and faster chipset, and this information was revealed via a new developer beta build of tvOS that was released yesterday. What do you want from the next-generation Apple TV?