When Apple rolled out tvOS 10 in September we couldn’t help but notice that single sign-on—a feature that lets you enter your cable provider details once and then use them across multiple apps—didn’t make the cut. Apple promised that...Show More Summary
Last night, Apple shared a breakdown of the top apps, games, music, tv, movies and more across its various digital stores. Now, Apple is taking a step back to provide a look at 2016 in terms of its Beats 1 streaming radio station, offering a playlist of the 50 biggest tracks of the year… more… Filed under: Apple
Apple has revealed its “Best of 2016” picks for the apps, movies, TV shows and books sold in its App Stores and iTunes. The company chose the photo editing app Prisma as its iPhone App of the Year (as did we), calling the app’s ability...Show More Summary
Apple late on Tuesday unveiled its annual "Best of" list on iTunes. The list naturally highlights some of the best content available across iOS apps, music, movies, TV shows, e-books and more. With more media content to choose from than...Show More Summary
Apple on Tuesday unveiled its "Best of" selections for 2016, highlighting the year's most popular apps, TV shows, movies, e-books and other content sold across the company's various digital storefronts.
What were the best apps, games, music, movies, TV, books, and podcasts of 2016? Here are Apple's picks! Every December Apple's App Store and iTunes editorial teams put together lists of what they believe to be the very best content of the year. Show More Summary
As it does every year, Apple today has put together its end-of-the-year “Best of” sections on the iTunes Store, App Store, and iBooks Store. The sections are meant to highlight the best content of the year across various categories. For instance, Apple has named photo editing app “Prisma” as the iPhone App of the Year. more… Filed under: Apple
Feature streamlines cable and satellite TV authentication process for iOS and Apple TV users.
Apple’s new single sign-on feature can be a serious timesaver. Just sign in to your cable, satellite or internet TV accounts — like Dish, DirecTV, Sling TV, etc. — via your iPhone or Apple TV. Then you’ll be automatically logged in each app that’s compatible with your service. Show More Summary
Apple just made your TV watching much easier... if you subscribe to the right services, that is. After dropping some hints in November, Apple has activated its promised single sign-on feature for Apple TV and iOS users in the US, but only for a handful of offerings. Show More Summary
You’ve got multiple video game consoles, a cable box, a Roku, a Blu-ray player, an Apple TV and more, and you use each and every device in your cabinet. The problem is that you’ve run out of HDMI ports on your television, so you have to mess around with cables every time you want to switch sources. Show More Summary
After throwing a spotlight on apps with support for its new single sign-on feature on Monday, and adding a clutch of compatible cable providers today, Apple's streamlined authentication service is now for all users.
Signing into TV and other video apps should be less painful thanks to the launch of Apple's Single sign-on service. Single sign-on allows people to enter their cable provider's credentials just once and then automatically be signed in to all that TV and video apps that require those credentials. Show More Summary
Single Sign-On is here if you have the right cable provider. Apple has launched the cable account Single Sing-On feature for iPhones and iPads running iOS 10 and Apple TVs running tvOS 10. The feature is currently available only in the...Show More Summary
Patients at the newly opened Jacobs Medical Center at UC San Diego Health can be in command of their own experience by controlling room temperature, lighting, accessing their personal medical information, details on their patient care team and entertainment options all from their beds.
Musicians performing in Brooklyn and Los Angeles to support Planned Parenthood, ACLU, DAPL protests.
Developers received a brand new beta build of tvOS 10.1 today, bringing a host of bug fixes and performance improvements to Apple TV. tvOS 10.1 beta five comes less than a week after Apple dropped the last beta build. New beta updates for iOS 10.2, macOS 10.12.2 and watchOS 3.1.1 came out yesterday as Apple […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Four additional TV providers have joined support for Apple's single sign-on feature in iOS 10.2 and tvOS 10.1, though a number of conspicuous gaps remain.
The latest update to Apple’s WWDC app includes new features for iOS 10, tvOS 10, and watchOS 3. Apple’s developer conference app now works with Dark Mode on the Apple TV when running tvOS 10. The change should reflect whichever modeShow More Summary