I have often wondered why Mojang hadn't made Minecraft Pocket Edition [$6.99] available on Apple TV. The game has been out on consoles for very long, so Mojang is definitely not averse to having it played in the living room on the big screen. Well, I don't have to wonder anymore because yesterday during Apple's
This week on The CultCast: Happy? Disappointed? Downright pissed off? Don’t miss our “Hello Again” Mac event reactions! Plus: Pros and cons of Apple’s new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar; and the two big omissions in Apple TV’s new TV app. Show More Summary
Apple used to say its TV ambitions were a "hobby." Earlier this month, Apple CEO Tim Cook has said " television has intense interest with me and many other people" at Apple. Apple revealed the next stage of its plan to conquer TV onShow More Summary
With the Logitech Harmony Companion remote, you can control home automation devices such as Philips hue lights, Nest Learning Thermostat, August door locks and more—plus advanced home entertainment devices like Apple TV, Roku, or Sonos...Show More Summary
This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Victor and Dan discuss yesterday's Apple Event, the latest MacBook Pro announcements, and Apple's updates to the Apple TV interface.
Welcome to another GamesBeat weekly roundup! This time, we got a better look at the Nintendo Switch thanks to an 3D model, Minecraft is coming to Apple TV, and the PlayStation 4 is getitng some new, fancy controllers from third parties. Enjoy, and have a great weekend! Pieces of flair and opinion The DeanBeat: Why […]
Analysis: Fresh off a hands-on demo of the new streaming video aggregation app, coming in December to Apple TV boxes, iPads and iPhones, we'll tell you what you need to know.
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The app that goes by the name of ‘TV’ could be very use […]
Everything that might have slipped passed you during Apple's 2016 Mac event! Apple made some important announcements during its fall Mac event, from the Apple TV's upcoming TV app to the Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pros. But some tidbits of information may have slipped by. Show More Summary
Netflix won’t be embracing Apple’s vision for the future of television. Apple revealed its plan to own your TV screen today with a new app called TV. The new service aims to unify your TV experience on iPhone, iPad and Apple TV by taking you straight to content, but the two best streaming services won’t […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Pavan Rajam: As for why Netflix is opting out of this app, I have 2 theories: Netflix views usage data as highly confidential, proprietary information. They don’t even share this data with their show creators, so there’s no way in hell...Show More Summary
Well, that was unusually brief. Apple debuted just three new products during its 2016 Hello Again event held in Cupertino, California on Thursday. The company showed off its new almost-all-in-one TV app (which somehow doesn't include Netflix), a fully-revamped Final Cut Pro X and the newest additions to the MacBook Pro line. Show More Summary
Apple's new TV app won't be available until sometime in December. But you can get similar functionality on your Apple TV without the wait.
Anybody watching Apple’s “Hello Again” event probably suspected we’d get “one more thing” in addition to the long-rumored Touch Bar and the recently leaked TV app. Or maybe a couple more things. Instead we got … a Final Cut Pro update...Show More Summary
Today's show is all about Apple's big event. We'll talk MacBooks and TV.
On Thursday, Apple announced a few new products, including a much needed update to their MacBook Pro line of laptops, along with a new app for the Apple TV. Here's everything that was just announced in under 2 minutes. Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
During its Fall 2016 event in Cupertino on Thursday, Apple debuted its newest MacBook Pro as well as an overhaul of Final Cut Pro X and an all-in-one video entertainment app simply titled, TV. But surprisingly, there was not a word spoken about iPads.
Apple just unveiled new MacBook Pros and a new "TV" app for Apple TV on Thursday at the event in Cupertino. The highly anticipated MacBook Pro is thinner, sleeker and more powerful than previous models. It also comes in space gray. And...Show More Summary