Responding to reports that Apple Music content will expand further into full-length movies and TV shows, a key executive with the service -- Jimmy Iovine -- said over the weekend that Apple is willing to do "whatever hits popular culture smack on the nose" in order to differentiate itself.
After a report by The Wall Street Journal stated that Apple is planning a push into original television series production for 2017, Apple Music executive Jimmy Iovine spoke to reporters over the weekend and explained why the companyShow More Summary
Apple is preparing to film its own original scripted TV shows and potentially movies, according to a new Wall Street Journal report. Apple executives are reportedly already in discussion with industry veterans about how to create shows comparable to Netflix’s Stranger Things or HBO’s Westworld. If all goes according… Read more...
A new report suggests that Apple will produce its own scripted shows by the end of the year.
With the huge popularity of original content on Netflix and Amazon, Apple wants a piece of the pie. That's according to a new report from the Wall Street Journal which claims Apple is poised to make a play with all-original shows and...Show More Summary
Apple has added an additional TV provider to its list of partners supporting its Single Sign-on feature for iOS 10 and tvOS 10. Cable ONE joins ten other providers that let customers authenticate once through the Settings app to access content in paid video apps. more… Filed under: Apple
Apple is building a "significant" business centered around creating original, scripted television shows and possibly even movies, according to a new report by The Wall Street Journal. The content would be made available on Apple Music,...Show More Summary
A new report in The Wall Street Journal has resurrected speculation from last year that Apple is still working on creating original television — and movie content — to offer as part of a subscription service. Citing people familiar with...Show More Summary
Move over The Crown and Stranger Things! Apple is planning to enter the original TV shows and movies market, according to a new report. The Wall Street Journal claims Apple has been in talks with “veteran producers” over the past few months about buying the rights to existing shows, and has also told them that […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
PASADENA, California – There has been some confusion about the new Apple Music series based on James Corden's popular "Late Late Show" segment and Spike TV's upcoming show "Caraoke Showdown." The Spike show, which is hosted by CraigShow More Summary
In the last major iOS and Apple TVOS update, a new feature came allowing users to use one app to sign on to various TV subscriptions. Using your pay TV login, you can use it to singly sign into various apps like ABC, AMC, CBS, Comedy...Show More Summary
Don't worry, James Corden fans — the new Carpool Karaoke series hasn't totally totaled its late night predecessor! Last year, the Late Late Show host and co-creator Ben Winston sold the viral segment to Apple as a stand-alone series. This move is similar to Jimmy Fallon's Lip Sync Battle getting its own FX series, which essentially removed [...]
Carpool Karaoke is insufferable, but if anyone can inject some life into the lifeless segment, it's Billy Eichner. Late Late Show host James Corden is ceding some control of the concept to a new TV series that will debut on Apple Music later this year. The show will pair up artists with different hosts, including…
Details of Apple’s upcoming TV show ‘Carpool Karaoke’ are finally starting to take shape and instead of having a permanent host, the iPhone-maker will put someone new in the driver’s seat each episode. Apple plans to add more interview elements to the show that was created by Late Late Show host James Cordon. Show More Summary
When the new Carpool Karaoke series premieres on Apple Music, there will be someone new in the driver's seat in every episode. Based on the segment that has become a global and viral phenomenon on The Late Late Show With James Corden, the 16-episode season will pair TV and film ... More »
The first big batch of beta updates of 2017 have finally arrived from Apple, bringing developers a slew of bug fixes and performance improvements on the Mac, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Apple TV. Apple’s betas come nearly three weeks after the last batch of updates. Show More Summary
The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Watch, TV, Mac, and Apple! PCalc developer James Thomson joins us to talk App Store records and realities, LG's not-Apple 5K display, and our New Year's tech resolutions. Note: We lost an audio file, so this is "iMore Minus Georgia". Show More Summary
The first camera from D-Link's Wi-Fi camera range to be compatible with Apple's HomeKit, the Omna 180 Cam HD, is a network camera for the home that can stream encrypted 1080p video to iOS devices and the Apple TV.
Move over Siri and Apple TV, there's a new virtual assistant in smart TV town.
Today at CES 2017, Kanex announced its new GoPlay Series of portable wireless game controllers for iOS and tvOS. The first release in the series, the GoPlay SideKick, is a pocket-sized wireless gaming controller that works with the iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. more… Filed under: Apple