We know tomorrow’s “Let’s Talk iPhone” event will mainly focus on the iPhone but according to well know blogger Robert Scoble, we may see AirPlay features shown over and over again tomorrow to drive home Apple’s new three-screen strategy (iPhone, iPad and AppleTV.) Scoble recently interviewed the developers of the Band of the Day App.
FilmOn is a internet based TV provider that allows viewers to stream live and previously recorded TV on their computer, iPhone, iPad and Apple TV with AirPlay. They offer some free content and monthly or yearly subscriptions. The TV streaming service includes sports, news, movies, educational programing and much more. FilmOn has free apps available
Apple has recently expanded the iTunes music and movie stores to Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and more European countries are expected next week. Now, MacRumors claims they have received word that Apple is informing resellers in seven new EU countries that the new Apple TV will be available starting next Tuesday, October 4th, the day of Apple’s iPhone media
Apple has officially scheduled a press event to unveil the next generation iPhone(s) on October 4th at their headquarters in Cupertino, California. Apple sent out invitations today with a photo of four app icons and three words “Let’s talk iPhone.” One icon has the date of the event, another has the time the event starts,
With so much focus on the upcoming iPhone and iOS 5, almost no one is talking about Apple updating iPods and Apple TV. Apple will almost certainly update iPods along with the iPhone as they like to do ahead of each holiday season. That would leave the Apple TV 2 with the only device left
We know that the iPhone 5 is set to roll out within the next few weeks along side of iOS 5. Apple is expected to hold a keynote in October to unveil the new iPhone and software. Apple has not yet refreshed their iPods, which is normally done in September. It’s very likely they will
Developer Michael Gile recently made this prediction at 360iDev in Denver “Apple TV 2 will be the biggest game console in history,” he went on to state “AppStore has more games than every console in history…combined.” Gile believes Apple will allow iOS apps on Apple TV and has already been working on development for the
Apple recently removed the option to rent TV shows from both iTunes and Apple TV. Previously, TV shows were available for rent for 99 cents, with 30 days to begin watching and 48 hours after you started watching the show. The removal of renting TV shows seems to suggest that the feature never paid off