The Apple Television is the next big, but elusive thing that is supposed to come out of Cupertino to change the world. Rumors about an Apple TV have been circulating since years. Is 2013 finally the year Apple will enter the problematic Television market?
Apple has revealed some of the lineup of its iTunes Festival 2014, which will again take over London's Roundhouse for 30 days and nights this September, and feature more than 60 bands. The month-long event, which is streamed live over a dedicated Apple TV channel, the iTunes Festival app on iOS devices and iTunes, offers free tickets won by lottery for fans in London by entering ballots on iTune ... Source: MacNN
Full article at: MacNN
1 day ago, 4:38am CDT
Apple launched a new version of the iTunes Extras feature that will let Apple TV users access bonus content for movies they buy through the service on their HDTVs – and also let studios dynamically update related material for their titles. The goal for Hollywood is to give consumers new reasons to buy digital movies, instead of renting... ... Source: Latino ReviewFull article at: Latino ReviewJul 10 2014, 11:05am CDT
A report published on Wednesday claims set-top media streamers like the Apple TV will be in one out of every four homes by 2015, but market growth of Apple's device is being outpac ... Source: AppleInsider
Full article at: AppleInsider
Jul 9 2014, 11:24pm CDT
Roku is No. 1 for set-top-box purchases and usage, and the gulf between it and No. 2 Apple is widening, a study said -- but opportunity may rouse the sleeping gi ... Source: CNet
Full article at: CNet
Jul 9 2014, 9:09am CDT
As rumors of various Apple device launches continue to pile up, it's looking increasingly likely that Apple is on its way to having the biggest holiday season of all time. For those keeping score, we're now supposedly looking forward to seeing two brand new iPhone 6 models, a refreshed iPad Air, a tweaked iPad mini, a Retina MacBook Air, a revamped Apple TV and a brand new iWatch all debut in the span of a few months. We're not sure how Apple wi ... Source: BGR
Full article at: BGR
Jul 3 2014, 2:15pm CDT
Not sure how you'll use Chromecast's mirroring feature? Well, you could play tennis. About a year ago, Rolocule brought Wii-like gameplay to Apple users with Motion Tennis -- an app that leveraged Apple TV and iPhone AirPlay Mirroring to turn the.. ... Source: Engadget
Full article at: Engadget
Jul 2 2014, 2:36pm CDT
Luigi Lugmayr Luigi Lugmayr (Google) is the founding chief Editor of I4U News and brings over 15 years
experience in the technology field to the ever evolving and exciting
world of gadgets. He started I4U News back in 2000 and evolved it into
vibrant technology magazine.
Luigi can be contacted directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.