Apple has been under a lot of fire lately, as the company that could once do no wrong suddenly seems incapable of doing anything right. But there is one place where Apple seems to have reverted to doing everything right again. It immediately understood that television was a very different beast than technology, which meant they needed to hire people who actually understood the medium.
Cable TV cord-cutters expecting YouTube TV’s full app for Roku and Apple TV devices this year will have to wait a little longer.
Apple’s new streaming set-top will be called the “Apple TV 4K,” and come with a six-core A10X Fusion processor and 3 gigabytes of RAM, according to the latest information gleaned from the iOS 11 GM.
After three years, Amazon and Apple have finally come to an agreement to bring Amazon’s video app to the Apple TV streaming box, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced at the company’s developer conference on Monday. This means Amazon Prime Video subscribers will soon be able to stream TV shows and movies to their TV using an Apple TV device.
As Twitter continues to accelerate its original programming plans, the social media platform is also apparently adding Apple TV support to its iOS app.