Arriving fresh from their seventh studio album, A Head Full of Dreams – now expected to see its release on December 4, the brand new single from alternative post-britpop titans Coldplay is now available to stream on Apple Music.
While some of those users who have already managed to get their hands on the new Apple TV have been initially disappointed with the device’s limited app discovery, and thus its value for money over its predecessor, Apple TV 4 looks only set to get better as future software updates are rolled out by the company.
Up until a few weeks ago, those users who had not yet subscribed to Apple Music could access a library of on-demand audio replays of shows that were originally broadcast via Apple’s 24/7 radio effort – Beats 1.
However a recent change to the way Apple Music authorises access to these streams means that those without a subscription are now left out in the cold.
Apple has long been rumoured to be working on building up its indoor maps for certain businesses and well known buildings and establishments that are listed on its mapping service, and now a new (by default, hidden) app has been discovered in the App Store which could add weight to this …
If you happened to miss Zane Lowe’s exclusive interview with Adele on Beats 1 – last week, during which the multi-platinum selling artist talks about the release of her brand new single, Hello, and upcoming album – 25, the good news is that you can now replay the segment in full on Apple Connect.
Jump the break to take a listen.
Continuing the aggressive development roadmap for both its mobile and desktop operating systems, Apple at the end of last week seeded iOS 9.2 (Beta 1) and OS X 10.11.2 (Beta 1) to developers and public testers.
If you have been putting some thought towards possibly creating a version of your app (or game) designed for use on the big screen, you might be pleased to learn that Apple is now accepting submissions for tvOS-based apps.