Apple TV News
Apple continues to make the rollout of new Apple TV content a priority despite word that hardware updates are not. PBS brings its stable of shows and web content while Yahoo provides direct access to its Yahoo Screen service.
Just as rumors of an Apple ‘iTV’ began to heat up, sources in Apple’s supply chain say the project is again on hold as Cupertino focuses on a rollout of wearable products in 2014. Will we ever see a true Apple TV set?
Apple TV setup just got as easy as tapping the set-top box with your phone, and it only uses Bluetooth and WiFi to make it happen. Do we even need NFC at this point?
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After a brief delay resulting from reports of bricked devices and missing content, the Apple TV update to version 6.0 has resumed. Have you received it yet?
After leaving more than a few users with Apple TV units on life support, Apple appears to have pulled the latest software update to its media platform.
Apple could launch an Apple TV software refresh on September 18th, the same day the company plans to make iOS 7 available to current iPhone users. Should we expect any major changes?
Apple’s big iPhone event kicks off later today, and here’s everything you need to know heading into the show. Two, count ‘em, two new iPhones and the possibility of updates for Apple TV and an iPad lineup refresh. What are you hoping to see?
After two years of leaving the Apple TV sitting inches away from being a full fledged gaming system, will Apple finally make a move? Could it come tomorrow?
While an Apple TV hardware refresh was on the minds of many heading into next week, it looks as though we might have to wait a little bit longer for that dream to come to fruition.