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Apple has a brand new support site and here's what it looks like!

Apple online support for products like iPhone, iPad, Watch, TV, and Mac has just gotten easier and better thanks to an all-new site redesign. Announced via the Apple Support Twitter account, the new site provides optimized experiences for both desktop and mobile. Our reimagined & redesigned site is live. Show More Summary

Roku Streaming Stick review: The only streaming device you need

Roku’s first Streaming Stick has been the best streaming device around for some time. Compared to rivals like Amazon’s Fire TV Stick and the Apple TV, the Roku Stick is preposterously slow. The new Roku Streaming Stick isn’t much to look at, because, well, there just isn’t much to it.

Apple spotlights iPhone 6s 4K camera, Touch ID in pair of quirky new TV ads

Apple on Monday launched two new television ads to promote the iPhone 6s, and courted the star power of actor Neil Patrick Harris to showcase the moviemaking capabilities of the iPhone 6s and its 4K-resolution video camera.

Siri & Liam star in Apple's new Earth Day TV ad

Marking Earth Day, Apple on Friday debuted a new TV commercial, using Siri to promote its custom-designed recycling robot -- Liam -- and its branding as an environmentally-responsible company.

Apple Shares New 'Siri and Liam' TV Ad for Earth Day

Apple has shared a new television ad called "Siri and Liam" to celebrate Earth Day, which is today, April 22. In the 15-second spot, Siri asks Apple's recycling robot Liam what he is doing for Earth Day, and suggests they get organic smoothies. Show More Summary

Apple’s iTunes Service Shut Down In China

Apple’s film and TV service iTunes has shut down in China, a result seemingly of new regulations introduced by Chinese authorities pertaining to online content provided by foreign companies. Despite only having launched seven months ago, the iTunes service is currently not available in mainland China. Show More Summary

Apple actviates web previews for select Apple TV apps

As part of ongoing efforts to build out its new tvOS App Store, Apple on Tuesday activated iTunes web previews for fourth-generation Apple TV apps, allowing potential buyers to browse current offerings without turning on their television.

'Triple A-list talent' said to be part of Apple's secret push into original TV

Apple has been rumored to be considering a bigger push into original video content for iTunes and Apple TV for a while now, and a new report claims that the company is aiming to launch those efforts in force with a little help from some...Show More Summary

Hollywood insiders in talks with Apple refer to it as the 'United Fruit Company' (AAPL)

Apple wants to put together a streaming-television service to be distributed through Apple TV set-top boxes, and a new report in Fast Company details just how close it is to becoming real. Apple is reportedly courting "triple A-listShow More Summary

News: Apple quietly adds ‘Live Tune-In’ to new Apple TV

2 weeks agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Apple has begun promoting a new tvOS 9.2 feature on the new fourth-generation Apple TV called “Live Tune-In,” which allows users to initiate live playback in compatible apps by using a Siri voice command. While the option did not appear with the release of tvOS 9.2 last month, users in the U.S. Show More Summary

Apple Begins Promoting 'Live Tune-In' Feature on New Apple TV Splash Screen

Apple today began promoting a new feature on the fourth-generation Apple TV called "Live Tune-In," which lets users jump directly into the live streams of select apps using Siri. The company is specifically promoting CBS, ESPN, and Disney...Show More Summary

Apple TV now has live broadcasts so cord cutters don’t have to compromise

There’s a new Apple TV feature that will delight cord cutters who don’t want to compromise. Dubbed ‘Live Tune-In,’ it lets you watch live content in supporting apps. So far, only CBS, ESPN and Disney XD are participating in Live Tune-In. Show More Summary

Apple begins promoting 'Live Tune-In' feature for fourth-generation Apple TV

Owners of the fourth-generation Apple TV were on Friday greeted with an updated "What's New" splash screen, promoting "Live Tune-In," a feature letting people jump straight into the live TV feeds of select apps.

Apple TV now lets you use Siri to jump right to live TV shows

Apple is promoting a new feature on the Apple TV, the ability to jump right to a live broadcast in certain TV apps that feature live streaming video. Currently promoted with CBS, ESPN, and Disney XD, the feature allows you to use the...Show More Summary

Siri on Apple TV gains new ‘Live Tune-In’ feature for Disney, ESPN & more

2 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Earlier this week Apple TV added CBS and the newly launched Starz app to its growing list of universal search channels, which lets you use Siri or the Search app to find movies and TV shows across multiple channels in a single search. Show More Summary

Apple Refers to OS X as 'MacOS' in Environmental Webpage Update

With the launch of the Apple Watch and the fourth-generation Apple TV, Apple debuted two new operating systems -- watchOS and tvOS -- both of which share a common naming scheme with iOS, the operating system that runs on iPhones andShow More Summary

'Super Meat Boy' Hits the Nvidia Shield ...Is a Mobile Launch Possible?

Ever since we posted our first impressions of the Nvidia Shield set top box Apple TV competitor, I've been keeping a close eye on happenings in the Shield-iverse as they're (quite honestly) a bit more interesting than the new Apple TV. Nvidia had the remarkable foresight to include a game controller in the box, so

The Talk Show: ‘Option P’

Serenity Caldwell returns to the show. Topics include the new 9.7-inch iPad Pro, using an iPad for “work”, podcasting microphones, the damn Siri Remote for the new Apple TV, the Star Wars: Rogue One teaser, and more. Sponsored by: Casper: A mattress with just the right sink, just the right bounce, for better nights and brighter days. Show More Summary

Don’t wake the baby! Use Bluetooth headphones with Apple TV

If you’re anything like me, you knew that the new 4th-generation Apple TV supported Bluetooth devices like the Siri Remote, game controllers, and even keyboards, but you didn’t twig to the fact that it might also let you use Bluetooth headphones, too. Show More Summary

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