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Apple teaches the Apple TV new tricks (single sign-on, Siri, remote app updates and more)

Apple is updating the Apple TV to make it easier to find and play videos and other content. During the company’s Worldwide Developer Conference, Apple showed off new features that are coming to Apple TV users this fall. A developer preview is available starting today. There are a number of apps that allow you to […]

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Amazon Prime Video ain’t coming to Chromecast or Apple TV (and Amazon doesn’t want to sell them to you)

Want to stream Amazon Prime Video to your TV? You can buy a Smart TV with the feature baked in or pick up a Roku, Amazon Fire TV, or other supported device. But you can’t use an Apple TV, Google Chromecast, or Google Nexus Player because none of those devices work with Prime Video. Whose […]

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Next-gen Apple TV could support games, apps, Siri

As Apple’s September 9th event approaches, folks are continuing to make (sometimes educated) guesses about the company’s plans. Some rumors suggest new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6 Plus smartphones with Force Touch support are on the way, while others focus on updated Apple TV hardware. Now 9to5Mac has a detailed look at what we might […]

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Apple TV update coming in September… maybe

Apple may be planning to launch a new version of its Apple TV this fall. BuzzFeed reports that unnamed sources familiar with Apple’s plans for its set-top box claim the company is definitely launching Apple TV 4 this September. We’ve heard this rumor before. In fact, BuzzFeed previously predicted that an Apple TV refresh was happening this […]

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Report: Next-gen Apple TV (with Siri and App Store) coming this year

Apple launched the first Apple TV box more than 8 years ago, offering users a way to watch iTunes content on a TV. Since then the company has improved the hardware and added support for streaming content from other devices through AirPlay. But the $69 Apple TV the company sells today isn’t really all that […]

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WSJ: Apple could launch internet TV platform this fall

Apple may be preparing to launch a new internet TV service later this year, featuring live broadcasts from around 25 channels as well as a large library of on-demand content. The Wall Street Journal reports the service would cost about $30 to $40 per month, which would set it apart from other subscription-based internet video services […]