Posts Tagged ‘Apple TV’
We all have a pretty good idea of the major announcements that await us tomorrow. However, the surprises often come in the smaller details with Apple these days. Here are a few items that we may hear a little, or possibly even a lot about tomorrow.
With Apple’s Special Fall Event arriving in less than two days, one thing has become increasingly clear–they really do have _a lot_left to cover. Up to now we have had a steady stream of rumors, speculation and part leaks, especially over the past few weeks. Now it’s finally time to see what Apple has in store for us.
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.
This week’s episode we hit upon the ever increasing amount of iPhone 5S rumors, Apple’s effort to bring an ad skipping format to the Apple TV, and the most confusing early upgrade Carrier plans ever.
Popular streaming apps now available for Apple’s media box
Just like on Christmas Day, when all of the presents have been unwrapped, and the dust has settled, we are left to think about what we didn’t get.
Microsoft announced the Xbox One today, which emphasizes an all-in-one model for interacting with your entertainment. Apple has been tinkering around in the television market for years, but do they have what it takes to make a business out of it?
Try This is a new recurring post on iSource where we will share tips, tricks, short-cuts and other helpful advice we have discovered while using our Apple products. Hopefully you will find some of our experiences to be valuable for yourself or someone you know. One of the biggest appeals …
Over the past few weeks there has been a steady buzz regarding the Apple TV, Apple’s plans for the device, and what some competitors are doing as well. Valve’s Gab Newell expressed his company’s interest in making, or at least setting a specification standard for a console-like PC. The company …
Eric Kessler of HBO announced earlier today at the AllThingsD Dive Into Media Conference, that HBO subscribers will be able to use AirPlay with the HBO Go app. This means, that HBO content can now be streamed to an Apple TV with AirPlay. HBO Go has allowed users to watch …