Tag Archives: Apple TV

How do Google’s I/O announcements stack up to what Apple has to offer?

Google held it’s annual Google I/O event on Wednesday where they unveiled Android L (the next major version of the Android OS), Android Auto,  Android TV, and a plethora of other new features and services. Quite a few of these announcements are very similar to announcements made at Apple’s WWDC just a few weeks back, and others have been on Apple’s…

Latest beta software for Apple TV brings iCloud Family Sharing

  Alongside iOS 8 beta 2, which was released earlier today, Apple also released a new beta software update for the Apple TV. One of iOS 8′s newest features, iCloud Family Sharing, extends to the Apple TV’s latest beta software. However, this feature is not yet functional on the Apple TV. Users are expecting that they will be able to log into…

Apple is poised to enter new product categories

The iOS 8 features that didn’t get featured. This year’s WWDC showed a lot of what Apple is up to. And if there was any thought that Apple was taking it easy, all of that was blown away with everything that was announced. While not showing their hand with any new hardware, they gave developers plenty to think about with iOS 8, OS X Yosemite, and Swift….

Apple TV vs. PlayStation TV: Which is worth your $99?

Sony unveiled the PlayStation TV on Monday at E3, which is essentially a rebranded version of the PSVita TV that is currently available in Japan. The set-top box will be available this fall for $99.99, which essentially matches the $99 price of the Apple TV. They are similar in some ways, and different in others. So which one should you buy? We’re…

What to expect from Apple at WWDC next week

  Next week Apple will host its annual Worldwide Developers Conference at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Apple CEO Tim Cook’s keynote speech will start at 10 a.m. Pacific time on June 2 and if you click here, you will be able to watch it live. However, if you want to watch along, you’ll need Safari 4 or later on OS X 10.6 or later;…

Apple’s 2014 product roadmap: iWatch in two sizes, 4.7″ and 5.5″ iPhone 6, iPad and Apple TV updates, more

According to a research note obtained by AppleInsider, KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes it is going to be a big second half of the year for Apple with a particularly busy third quarter. Apple is expected to release a slew of new products in 2014, starting at the end of Q2 and continuing through to the and of Q4 as the above diagram shows. In his 2014…