iOS TV Apple TV with iOS Sun, 03 Nov 2013 22:24:46 +0000 en-US hourly 1 FlashOut 3D – App for Apple TV Sun, 03 Nov 2013 22:24:46 +0000 iOS TV


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Ace War Pilot – App for Apple TV Sun, 03 Nov 2013 22:13:19 +0000 iOS TV

Ace War Pilot: Metal Storm Ops

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Customer ratings: rating yellow 9 Ace War Pilot   App for Apple TV (7 ratings)
Category: Games, Action, Racing, Sports
Languages: English
Rated: 9+

Updated: 25.10.2013
Version: 1.0
Size: 26.36 MB
Requirements: iPod-touch-with-mic, iPad 2 WiFI, iPad 2 3G, iPhone4S, iPadThirdGen, iPadThirdGen4G, iPhone5, iPodTouchFifthGen, iPadFourthGen, iPadFourthGen4G, iPadMini, iPadMini4G, iPhone5c, iPhone5s, iPhone6, iPhone6Plus, iPodTouchSixthGen

Description Ace War Pilot: Metal Storm Ops

Master the skies and fly in the world’s most advanced combat aircraft as you experience one of most action packed jet fighting games for iOS

• Campaign – Experience an epic storyline spanning endless single player missions.
• Versus Mode – Challenge your friends and enemies in a one-on-one duel!

• Special power-ups to destroy your enemies
• Real Time Multiplayer over 3G
• Play on your TV with AirPlay and an Apple TV for a true HD gaming experience

What's new in Version 1.0

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Motion Tennis – App for Apple TV Sun, 03 Nov 2013 22:05:02 +0000 iOS TV

Motion Tennis


4.99 USD

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Customer ratings: rating yellow 8 Motion Tennis   App for Apple TV (202 ratings)
Category: Games, Simulation, Sports, Health & Fitness
Languages: English, French, German, Spanish
Rated: 4+

Updated: 27.06.2013
Version: 1.6
Size: 38.37 MB
Requirements: iPad 2 WiFI, iPad 2 3G, iPhone4S, iPadThirdGen, iPadThirdGen4G, iPhone5, iPodTouchFifthGen, iPadFourthGen, iPadFourthGen4G, iPadMini, iPadMini4G, iPhone5c, iPhone5s, iPhone6, iPhone6Plus, iPodTouchSixthGen

Description Motion Tennis

“Every now and then a game appears that changes everything. This is one of those games.” – KayPeeBee, UK (Motion Tennis™ Customer)

Motion Tennis™ allows you to play tennis using natural tennis motion gestures on your Apple TV or Mac/PC using AirPlay Mirroring. Your iPhone or iPod Touch becomes a motion controller while the action unfolds on the big screen.

No Extra hardware required. See it to believe what your iPhone or iPod Touch is capable of doing - Experience console motion gaming without the need for Xbox, Playstation or Wii. Your iPhone or iPod Touch is more powerful than you think.

Motion Tennis™ is powered by Edison Award winning rolomotion™ (patent pending) which converts raw data from smartphones' multiple built-in sensors into precise natural gestures.

What other Motion Tennis™ Customers are saying:
- “I am absolutely amazed” - Ashton Mitchell, UK
- “This the the pioneer we've been waiting for” – DK223, US

Featured on Apple, TechCrunch, All Things Digital, Engadget, Business Insider, Macrumours and many more.

Check for more information.

• Swing like a Champion: Get the real feel of tennis as you swing real forehands and backhands by swinging your iPhone/iPod Touch and taking control of your player on TV.
• Hitting glory: Hit multiple shots like the groundstrokes, slice and lob, and simultaneously give accurate direction to the ball, just like in real tennis.
• Multiplayer: Team up with friends and family by connecting two iPhones wirelessly and play together as doubles partners to beat the opponents.
• Tennis fitness: Get an approximate count of calories burnt with each tennis match and track total calories burnt. Integration with Health app to contribute to your overall Health dashboard (must update to iOS 8.0.2 for these benefits)
• The new home of tennis: Choose between Grass, Clay or Synthetic courts along with four difficulty levels to become a tennis master.
• Tennis Survivor: Think you can survive this continuous onslaught? Play the survival mode where you cannot make even ONE mistake. Get a highscore and compete in Online leader boards.
• Other features: Multiple game centre achievements, beautifully designed second screen support, dynamic cameras for more immersive user experience and more.

More ROLOMOTION powered games
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• Motion Tennis ONLY works with iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C and iPod Touch (5th Generation) with iOS 6.0 and above with Airplay mirroring provided by Apple TV (2nd and 3rd Generation).
• For Safety of your device, please read the safety tips in the main menu of the game.

What's new in Version 1.6

Motion Tennis now comes with support for the new Health app in iOS 8! Calories burnt as you play can now be added to your health data for easy reference.

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Apple iPhone 6 may come sooner than you think Thu, 24 Oct 2013 22:00:58 +0000 Jennifer Birch ]]>  

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Photo courtesy of Martin uit Utrecht via Flickr


Even before the iPhone 5S was released, Apple has been rumored to be working on the iPhone 6. According to tech analysts, the 2012 Most Valuable Company considers this as a significant milestone, spurning Samsung as their major component supplier of chip sets. There’s no question that the focus of the next iPhone is an A8 chip set, since 60%-70% of the manufacturing will go to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC).

Aside from the A8 chip set, what can we expect from the iPhone 6 once it hits the market? Let’s find out.

Bigger Screen Display

The Big Red reported in October that there have been “disappointing sales” for the iPhone 5C, simply because it’s the iPhone 5, only clad in a plastic colorful hardware. But with the iPhone 6, Apple is set to grow the device from a 4-inch to a 4.8-inch display. Analyst Peter Misek suggests that the company would likely add an extra row of column, while keeping the 16:9 aspect ratio. Aside from the speculated .8-inch increase in size, Apple is reported to release another handset size, going against the multitude of Android phablet. Meanwhile, the signature Retina display will still appear on this new iDevice, which is complemented by the sharp IGZO display for a 1080p full HD resolution.

Solar Technology

As a trendsetter, the Cupertino-based camp will likely make a new shift in the paradigm, in the form of solar technology. The company was granted a patent for solar technology on February 2013, which infuses a touch sensor with the solar panel. Specifically, the panel will boast of electrodes, which receives solar technology for sensing on a touch sensor array. In this connection, speculations have started to brew that Apple is in search of engineers specializing in thin film deposition technology.

Eye Tracking Technology

While this may be wishful thinking, Apple can’t ignore the large potential of this technology to boost the iPhone 6’s technicalities and sales. The International Business Times reported that Apple has tapped the services of uMoove to develop the idea of an eye tracking feature. The speculation only grew stronger, especially when Apple has confirmed that motion control and eye tracking are considered as key players in advancing mobile technology.

128GB iPhone Model

With the new iPad Air sporting a massive 128GB, there is a big chance that Apple will employ the same storage capacity of their upcoming iPhone. Media Markt said that Apple has a pattern of doubling their storage capacity every two years. The transition from iPhone 3GS to iPhone 4 topped out at 32GB. When it comes to the iPhone 4S to the iPhone 5S and 5C, we are given storage sizes of 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB. If the trend continues, we might be welcoming the iPhone 6 in 2014 with a whopping 128GB storage capacity.


There is a high possibility for the device to sport a 13-megapixel snapper, if it intends to go against most Android handsets. The 5S saw a 33% increase in sensitivity, allowing more light without sacrificing image quality. However, iPhoneographers are keen on witnessing 1/2/3 size sensor, which is supported by most Sony Xperia handsets today. We should expect a real Galaxy S4 contender when that happens.

Processor and OS

TechRadar noted that the processor of the rumored iPhone will be an A8 processor, or a somewhat evolved version of the A7 chip. Specifically, the processor is predicted to be a quad-core, as opposed to the usual dual-core design. However, Apple has yet to release a quad-core CPU, as the latest iPhones are only equipped with a staggering dual-core. When it comes to the OS, an iOS 8 is also feasible, since the birth of a new phone usually comes with a new operating system. Also, a new mobile platform is a necessity, especially if Apple will fill up the iPhone 6 with new groundbreaking features.

From this set of rumored features, it seems that the iPhone 6 has a lot on its sleeves. Will we see it in the near future? As of now, all we need to do is wait and see where Tim Cook’s leadership will take us.


About the Author

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Jennifer Birch is a certified Apple devotee. She’s always in the know of the latest iDevices, including the new iPad Air and the rumored iWatch. With her fast 4G LTE from The Big Red, she nurtures her passion for mobile technology trends such as eye tracking, face recognition, and motion sensors.

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New Smart Covers at Apple’s event on October 22nd? Wed, 16 Oct 2013 21:51:31 +0000 iOS TV ]]> Apple sent out innovations to a media event for October 22nd at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, California. The invitation simply says, “We still have a lot to cover.”

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Although, Apple hasn’t said exactly what they will be covering, it’s clear iPads will be a big part of the event. Other things that could be announced at the event include, an updated Apple TV, new MacBook Pros, the new Mac Pro and more details about the release of OS X Mavericks. Apple also typically updates their iPod lineup during this part of the year, but they could simply up the gigabytes of storage or leave the iPod lineup as it is.

New iPad Smart Covers?

The invitation of the event is interesting because Apple sometimes will drop a subtle hint about the event in the invitation. The phrase, “We still have a lot to cover” could suggest a new smart cover for iPads. What’s interesting is Apple on March 14, 2013, a patent application from Apple was published with the title “Integrated Inductive Charging in Protective Cover.” The patent was filed September 12, 2011. Which shows Apple has had at least a few years to work on the Smart Cover in the patent.

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The patent reveals a way to wirelessly charge an iPad using a Smart Cover. The patent explains how the Smart Cover could work using induced power to charge the iPad when the cover is closed.

An inductive power transmission element incorporated into the body portion arranged to combine with an inductive power reception element in the tablet device to form an inductive power transfer circuit configured to wirelessly pass power from the protective cover and the tablet device.

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Apple also explains the reasoning behind the need for wireless charging in the patent application.

Although a variety of standards have been developed for providing wireless communication with electronic devices, these devices continue to be plagued with a need for corded power supplies. Typically, each electronic device requires a separate power supply cord. These cords are a burden to use, store and carrying around as needed. Cords can be unsightly and substantially hinder portable device mobility.

Therefore, a method of delivering useful power to a portable computing device, such as a tablet device, that is both efficient and does not distract from the inherent aesthetics of the tablet device is desired.

The Smart Cover could need a power cord to recharge batteries incorporated in the cover, although the patent also suggests solar cells could also be used as well.

We have no inside knowledge that Apple plans to release a new Smart Cover that incorporates inductive charging at the upcoming event, but the patent with the subtle hint in the invitation suggests a decent possibility of it happening.




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Apple TV 6.0 Update is now available Sat, 21 Sep 2013 22:58:25 +0000 iOS TV ]]> A few days after the release of iOS 7 comes the 6.0 software upgrade for Apple TV. The update includes the following improvements for Apple TV:

iTunes Radio – Create and listen to your own radio stations.
iTunes Music Store – Browse, purchase, and play music directly from the iTunes Music Store.
iCloud Photos – Adds support for playing video from a shared photo stream and viewing photo streams from multiple contributors.
AirPlay from iCloud – Apple TV will play content from iTunes in the Cloud instead of your AirPlay device when possible. Requires iOS 7 on AirPlay device.
Podcasts – Sync your podcasts and podcast stations across Apple TV and all your iOS devices.
Subtitles & Captioning – Automatic subtitle selection based on Apple TV language setting. Customize closed caption style.
Conference Room Display – Lock Apple TV into Conference Room Display (for business and education environments) and show onscreen instructions for using AirPlay.
Software Update – Keep your Apple TV always up to date by automatically installing software updates when available.
Setup – Use an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 7 to automatically transfer network settings, your Apple ID, and language preferences. Not available on iPhone 4 and iPad 2.

 Apple TV 6.0 Update is now available

The update brings some really nice features to Apple TV making the $99 set-top box seem like an even more incredible deal. iTunes radio is amazing and it’s probably the single best new feature added. Not only can you listen to featured radio stations and your radio stations associated with your Apple ID, but you can also create, edit and customize radio stations on your Apple TV.

To update your Apple TV go to Settings-> General-> Update Software.


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Amazon Instant Video App for iOS Now Supports AirPlay Tue, 17 Sep 2013 21:12:39 +0000 iOS TV ]]> Today, the Amazon Instant Video app for iOS was updated to officially support AirPlay. The 2.1 update for Amazon Instant Video now allows any iPad, iPhone or iPod touch user to watch video content from the Amazon Instant Video store.


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The long awaited feature indicates that Apple and Amazon have reached an agreement to allow Amazon customers to watch video content from the service on Apple TV. The delay in making the feature available would not likely come from any technical reasons.

Apple has been adding new content to Apple TV at a faster pace over the last few months and seeing an Amazon app directly on Apple TV itself soon is not out of the question.

The 2.1 update includes the following new features:

  • AirPlay to Apple TV
  • IMDB cast and director information, ratings, goofs, trivia and quotes
  • Read customer reviews
  • Find other videos featuring cast or director
  • Customer who watch this also watched…

With the Amazon Instant Video app for iOS you can watch Prime Instant Video as well as Amazon videos that have been purchased or rented. The Prime subscription costs $79 a year to get unlimited instant streaming of 41,000 movies and TV shows. The subscription also gives members Free two day shipping on items purchased on Amazon and a Kindle book to borrow each month from the Kindle Owners Lending Library.

Movies that have been purchased or rented from the Amazon Instant Video store can be viewed on Apple TV using AirPlay as well. Rentals start at just $2.99.

Get the Amazon Instant Video app for Free at the App Store.

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Apple TV Status Light – What it’s telling you? Sat, 07 Sep 2013 02:39:35 +0000 iOS TV ]]> The second and third generation Apple TV only has one small LED light, but the light can indicate several different things. Below is a quick guide to give an explanation the different things the light can indicate.
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The Status Light:

Is Glowing -> Indicates Apple TV is ON.

Is OFF -> Indicates Apple TV is in stand by mode or OFF.

Flashes Once -> This means it’s accepting a command from the remote.

Flashes Slowly -> This occurs when the Apple TV is starting up.

Flashes Three Times -> This means the Apple TV is rejecting a command from the remote (possibly because the remote has not been paired with Apple TV).

Continuous Quick Flashes -> Indicates a problem with your Apple TV. Try restarting or waking your Apple TV. You can also try resting your Apple TV by holding Menu and Down for six seconds. If your Apple TV still does not start up properly, you might need to restore it to factory settings.

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Apple TV 4 may arrive on September 10th Wed, 04 Sep 2013 04:56:03 +0000 iOS TV ]]> Is Apple planning on releasing Apple TV 4 next week? The company sent out invitations today for a special media event for next week on September 10th. The invitations went out to certain members of the press and reads, “This should brighten everyone’s day”.


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There’s no question that the focus of the event is going to be iPhones, but they may also be planning an update to Apple TV as well.

According to Panjiva, a global trade research firm, Apple has received shipments from BYD Precision Manufacture that are described as “Set Top Box with Communication Function”.

The article claims Apple received 3 different shipments from BYD last month in August.

  • The August 25th shipment weighed 16,628 kilograms.
  • The August 18th shipment also weighed 16,628 kilograms.
  • The August 11th shipment weighed 7,044 kilograms.

Previous versions of Apple TV were shipped from Hon Hai labeled as “set top boxes”. Other than the shipping label being titled “Set Top Box with Communication Function”, the weight of the containers and the date of shipments, not much is known about any upcoming updates to Apple TV hardware.

Could the “Communication Function” on the shipping label refer to a much needed replacement of the current Apple TV remote? Perhaps it’s a new way to communicate with the set top box that could be the simplest interface you could ever imagine? As Walter Isaacson quoted Steve Jobs as saying in his biography.

That may be a bit of wishful thinking, but Apple recently updated the Airport Extreme and Time Capsule to support 802.11ac wifi. It would make sense for a device that streams 1080p video content to be able to receive that fastest wireless connection possible. So, at a minimum we expect an Apple TV hardware update to include the ability to receive 802.11ac.

Typically, when we see that Apple is planning to update hardware like Apple TV, inventory for the current model at third-party retailers will dry up. So far, we haven’t seen that or any other hardware leaks. However, we do expect that Apple TV will be updated this year and September 10th is certainly possible.

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Apple devices that support 802.11ac Tue, 03 Sep 2013 22:44:41 +0000 iOS TV ]]> 802.11ac Apple devices that support 802.11acWith 802.11ac Wi-Fi you can get up to 3 times faster Wi-Fi and a stronger, clearer signal. The technology is still relativity new and all of Apple’s products do not currently support it.

First, you need a wireless router or network device that is capable of delivering 802.11ac. There are many third-party routers that support 802.11ac and Apple recently updated the AirPort Extreme Base Station and Airport Time Capsule to support 802.11ac. Currently, the AirPort Express does not support 802.11ac, but Apple is expected to update the device in the coming weeks. If you have purchased an Airport product prior to June of 2013 it will not support 802.11ac.

Which Apple devices support 802.11ac?

Right now the list is short. Only MacBook Airs purchased after June of 2013 and iMacs purchased after September of 2013 are capable of receiving 802.11ac. However, this is expected to change soon. Apple is planning on refreshing many of their products in the next couple of months.

Currently, no iphone or iPod touch supports 802.11ac and that includes the iPhone 5S or iPhone 5C. This is likely due to a limited number of mobile chips available that Apple could use to add the faster Wi-Fi to iPhones and the iPod touch.

The iPad 5 and second generation iPad mini have not been released yet, but we do not expect they will support 802.11ac. However, we do expect Apple TV, the Mac mini and MacBook Pros to be updated to add 802.11ac support by the end of the year.

Everyone wants to use the fastest and best wireless connection possible and right now that is 802.11ac. Apple has started the process of adding the ultrafast Wi-Fi to their line up and more devices will offer the technology soon.

We will updated the post as new products add support for 802.11ac.

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