The latest update to the Apple TV operating system is now out and available to download with no marquee features -- but the release is recommended to all users for stability and performance.
Black Friday and the official holiday shopping season is just around the corner, so the volume of deals has intensified and we're seeing many early opportunities as shown below, as well as preliminary announcements of the deals that will take place next week. As usual, the deal roundup below has...
The Siri Remote that comes with the Apple TV certainly has its critics. Many users find the glass Touch surface maddeningly over-sensitive in the way it registers swipes, which makes navigating onscreen menus a slalom-like experience where you're constantly having to correct for overshoot.
Apple's wide array of devices including iPhones, iPads, and Apple TVs have become ubiquitous in our homes, but most customer-facing installations still rely on inadequate technology. AppleInsider talks to industry mavens to discuss the present and future of Apple's devices in customer service.
Apple today updated its Events app for the fourth and fifth-generation Apple TV in preparation for the October 30th event that's expected to see the debut of new iPad Pro models and several new Macs.
According to a new report from CNBC, Comcast is planning its own hardware streaming TV box for broadband-only customers. The box is said to integrate apps and services including Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and YouTube, and feature a voice-activated remote.
In just a few hours in New York City, Apple is likely to unveil brand new iPad Pro models, a refreshed Mac lineup, and more. Head below for full instructions on how to watch the Apple event livestream on your iPhone, iPad, Mac, and more devices.
Last week, Apple officially scheduled its latest special event for October 30th. The event will be live streamed as usual, and today Apple has updated its official Apple Events app in preparation for that stream. With the app, you’ll be able to tune in live directly from your Apple TV.
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Last week I wrote a “State of the iPad” article that I received some great feedback from throughout the following days. I thought I’d take the time to write a similar article about Apple TV. The Apple TV was first announced as iTV back in 2006. Steve said the goal of it was to enjoy your iTunes media on your flat screen TV. While Apple TV has undoubtedly evolved over the last 12 years regarding scope, hardware, and features, the original goal is still pretty close. It aims to let you enjoy your...