Continuing its development drive for both versions of software, Apple has tonight seeded iOS 9.1 (Beta 4) and tvOS (Beta 3) to registered developers – for testing.
What if The San Andreas Fault – that extends roughly 1300 km (810 miles) through California, forming the tectonic boundary between the Pacific Plate and the North American Plate, suddenly gave way?
Apple is just about to wrap up this year’s free 10-night music festival at the Roundhouse in London, and it’s going out with a bang ….
There’s simply no getting away from the fact that Apple’s media event held at the Bill Graham Civic Center, last week, was chocked full of new products.
So much so, we’re still getting our head around all that was announced.
From the introduction of new Apple Watch models (with a number of new finishes), to the unveiling of the biggest (and perhaps, most-capable) iPad yet, and the showing off of both the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus with improvements such as 3D Touch, and a 12-megapixel camera …
One announcement, though, was more anticipated than any other.
The introduction of the new Apple TV.
BuzzFeed, the publication that originally reported Apple would be holding its next media event on the morning of September 9, has added to its claims surrounding the upcoming event as it cites that the next-generation Apple TV – expected to be introduced next week – will feature something called “universal search.”
Potentially good news for those of you who may be in the market to buy whatever Apple has up its sleeve next for its TV product. According to the folks over at 9to5Mac this weekend, the fourth-generation Apple TV could land for as little as $149.
Apple has long been rumoured to be working on a major update to the current-generation Apple TV – and if reports circulating the wires can be believed, we may just see it on September 9.