There has been no shortage of Apple TV rumors lately. Jefferies analyst Peter Misek, is claming that Apple will hold an event in March to introduce a SDK (software development kit) for Apple TV. The SDK would allow developers to create applications that could run on current or upcoming Apple TV devices. Misek believes that
Along with today’s release of iOS 6.1, Apple also included an update for the Apple TV. The new 5.2 software update adds a number of features including Bluetooth keyboard support, AirPlay sending, Up Next support, iCloud for iTunes music and more. iTunes in the Cloud: Browse and play your purchased iTunes music directly from iCloud.
According to Gigaom, Intel is working on a TV service, but despite reports from Forbes and Techcrunch the service will not be ready in time for the CES event next week. All of the leaks indicate that Intel is working on a set top box to deliver a subscription TV service. The semiconductor company is
9to5Mac has found that the latest beta version of Apple TV software has a new Bluetooth menu that allows the device to be paired with Apple’s wireless keyboard. The keyboard can then control Apple TV by using the arrow keys, the return key for play/pause and the escape key will act as the menu key.
During an interview with Brian Williams on NBC’s Rock Center, Tim Cook reveals what may be the strongest indicator to date that Apple is working on a television to be released in the near future. In the interview Brian Williams asks, “What’s next for Apple?” “When I go into my living room and turn on
iTV or a full-fledged Apple television may be one of the most rumored Apple products ever. For year now, people have speculated that Apple will release a sleek and stylish TV with a user interface that could change the TV market the way the company changed phones, tablets and the way we listen to music.
Apple has released iOS 6.1 beta 2 to developers for testing. The update is compatible with the Apple TV, iPad 2 and later, iPhone 3GS and later, and iPod touch (4th & 5th generation). This is not the final release of the beta, but it don’t expect any new major features when iOS 6.1 becomes
Apple’s new iPad mini is already available for purchase and the company should have no problem selling tons of them this holiday season. The tablet has a 7.9-inch display that is designed to be held with one hand in the vertical position. The size of the iPad mini should make it the best option for