The top news in iOS this holiday week had reports of a dual-SIM for iPhone 6, iPad use before bed is bad, and Apple TV may Handoff to your iPad.
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It's only about a month since iOS 8.0 was released so there's not much new in security patches to add to 8.1. Two of the fixes also show up in a new Apple TV version.
While there's no doubt that a TV or watch from Apple would be interesting and disruptive – and I'm in no way ruling out such devices in the future – the health related additions to iOS will be far more beneficial to Apple in the short to medium term.
One of the bugs fixed in iOS and Apple TV was first reported a year ago and fixed in OS X in May of this year.
I always travel with rented movies and TV shows on my iPad mini and it now looks like free content will be coming soon to iOS owners.
References to a new Apple TV model have been discovered in developer build of iOS 7.1 signaling that new hardware could arrive sooner than expected.
You could previously stream Google video content via YouTube and this new application simply presents you with a better user interface to access and stream this content.
You might think 3D TV had died a painful death, and I'd have agreed… until I saw Ultra-D. It's glasses-free 3D TV that works with any almost content, from old 480i/p broadcast TV to Blu-ray, including iOS and console games.
Where is the Apple TV? Spoiler: It's not coming.
Apple has announced that it will be streaming today's WWDC keynoted address via Apple TV and Apple.com but a source tells me that a live stream will also be available via Apple's free WWDC app for iOS.
Viewers will now be able to download and keep BBC TV content on their iOS devices for up to 30 days, with Android phones and tablets set to follow.
Mac blogs and news sites are filled with hot predictions about what will and what will not be announced at next week's Apple World Wide Developer Conference. Televisions. iOS stuffs. Some are gaining more traction than others. But there are plenty of interesting guesses coming from the actual target audience: developers.
If done right, Google TV with its web browser, search engine, and apps, could be a game changer in the living room.
There was no Apple TV in sight, but Apple delivered exactly what everyone expected at today's Worldwide Developers Conference including fresh MacBooks and new versions of Mac OS X and iOS. The biggest surprise was a redesigned Apple MacBook Pro that is notably thinner and lighter, but has a super high-resolution display, faster quad-core processor and Nvidia's latest discrete graphics.
In this episode we discuss the new retina iPad, 1080p Apple TV, how iPhoto may be the best iOS app to date and we play "What's on your Mac."
Apple announces HD iPad, AppleTV and iOS 5.1. Story is breaking...
Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu Linux, plans to take on Android, iOS and Windows on the smartphones, tablets and smart TVs.
With any new release of an Apple operating system, there are a legion of fanboys sniffing around the code, trying to suss out any new devices being referred to. The latest version of iOS is no exception.
Apple today released updated betas of iOS 5, iTunes, Apple TV, Xcode and iWork for iOS to developers.
Apple TV's diminutive remote may be stylish, but it doesn't make it easy to search for movies to watch. But some sleuthing into iOS 5's code has revealed that such pecking could become less necessary, as it appears that support for Bluetooth devices is coming to the Apple TV with the latest update to its software.
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