Apple TV News
Ladies and gentleman, let’s get ready to rumble. Today marks the launch of a tag-team partnership between Apple TV and the WWE Network. Together they bring the promise of 24/7 access to your favorite wrestling shows, superstars, and other content.
Multiple reports are confirming Apple’s plans to launch a revamped Apple TV product later this year. While we can expect changes to the set-top hardware, the major focus will be on providing a new content experience aided by the likes of Time Warner, Comcast, and DirecTV.
Has a reference to Apple’s next-gen edition of their Apple TV been hiding right under our noses? Uncovered in iOS 7 software builds that date back to the operating system’s initial September launch are calls to an Apple TV device with an unfamiliar revision number.
As Beatlemaniacs celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Fab Four’s American debut, Apple has launched a new Apple TV channel in honor of the event.
Apple TV has quietly gained another content source, adding Red Bull TV as part of a minor over-the-air update to the streaming media platform. The addition brings a variety of content fit for the adrenaline junky, from extreme sports and music to lifestyle and culture.
Apple continues to bolster Apple TV’s channel lineup, adding Crackle, Bloomberg, Watch ABC, and KORTV to an ever expanding selection of content streams. Now, can we get some new hardware?
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?