Apple, sadly, did not do a great job of making the various Apple TV’s visually distinct from one another: at least, not in an immediately obvious way. As a result, it can be hard to tell the difference between all of Apple’s similar-looking Apple TV offerings, especially in second-hand marketplaces like eBay. Use this guide […]
Parental controls enable guardians to control what their kids can watch. Even if you’re not concerned about your kids intentionally seeking out inappropriate content, it can often come to them by accident.
Apple is working on a television. You know it, I know it. Everyone is speculating about how Apple will make their TV a must-have. I’ve figured it out. I know exactly how and why iTV will change television viewing forever.
Hulu has finally been cleared by Apple to launch its long-awaited Hulu Plus app on Apple TV. It’s there waiting for you, right now.
It’s been a long courtship between Apple and television — longer than you may know. The truth is, Apple has pursued TV for almost two decades. Now that their wedding seems to be inevitable, let’s look back at their prior attempts to walk down the (living room) aisle.
In Walter Isaacson’s biography, Steve Jobs is famously quoted as saying that he “finally cracked” how to produce and sell a television set the Apple way. So we’re expecting something irresistibly cool, with these eight features, bare minimum.
Is this it? The illusive secret of Steve Jobs’ much-hyped iTV? A patent filing discovered today describes an intuitive, touchscreen, handheld device that will replace your entire pile of TV-related remotes.
Watching TV on your iPad seems like such a no-brainer, it’s kind of astonishing that it’s not more prevalent. I mean, just the futuristic feel of holding a TV show in your hands makes it anÂ irresistibleÂ idea. But there is hope. Aside from the iTunes Store, where you can buy or rent individual TV show episodes, […]
When Apple decided to make the push to 99-cent rentals on the AppleTV and other iOS devices, I thought that was a pretty good plan. After all, I don’t ever purchase a DVD or download of a TV show unless I really love it, and even then, it’s rare. So for 99 cents, I could […]
Yesterday, I asked what was next for Apple, and I hypothesized that it was the living room. Yesterday, Apple came one step closer to making that a reality. It’s a new Mac Mini, all freshened up and what-not. The case is all new, whittled from a fresh piece of aluminum like the MacBook Pro and […]
Engadget also suggested said that the next-genÂ Apple TV will essentially be an iPad without a screen, using the sameÂ hardware, including the CPU, OS, and 16-Gbytes of flash memory. To accommodate the smaller storage, Apple will emphasize streaming content, the report said. For a project that’s known as Apple’s “hobby,” the AppleTV sure has gotten a […]
If you were watching the Oscars last night, then you probably saw the debut iPad commercial. Maybe even more than once. But if you haven’t, head on over to the Apple website to check it out. Go ahead, I’ll wait. A lot of sites are taking this ad apart like a Zapruder film, but I’m […]
Oh, CBS. The company with the logo that looks like either the Death Star, or that stalker who keeps hiding in my bushes. Sure, the network is mostly known for producing shows my grandma would watch, but they do have How I Met Your Mother, which makes up for a lot of that. Last Friday, […]