For a long time now Apple has been rumoured to be in negotiations with some of the world’s biggest networks over a potential deal to end cable – and, over the weekend, Eddy Cue sat down with CNN to go into further detail as to how Apple may play a central role in forming that vision.
Despite Apple announcing that its next-generation Apple TV – capable of interpreting a user’s voice and touch-based commands for more fluid control of content, channels and apps – would be available later this month, a new report claims that the company may experience delays with the product.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk would appear heartily sorry he ever referred to Apple as the “Tesla Graveyard.”
The executive earlier this week vented his frustration in a public interview with a German newspaper. In the interview, the CEO particularly hinted at the Californian company’s (alleged) hiring of several Tesla auto engineers, that had been previously fired.
Some potentially disappointing news for Barclays customers, this week.
Despite the banking institution seemingly stringing existing account holders along with an Apple Pay-flavoured carrot back in July, we now have solid confirmation from Barclays CEO – Ashok Vaswani – as to when the service is expected to go live.
First making its debut alongside the official launch of the Apple Watch, earlier this year, “Force Touch” is not necessarily a new technology – but the convenience it can add to a person’s daily workflow is hard to argue with.
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.