Apple Looking to Buy Some Movies So You’ll Give a Shit About Apple TV+

Apple finally seems to be caving to the Netflix model and reportedly plans to license older content to help build out its meagre lineup of mostly okay originals. Read More >>

Rumours Claim Apple Will Soon Drop More New Devices

Earlier this week, Apple announced a refreshed 13-inch MacBook Pro with updated components and a new Magic Keyboard. But if rumours are true, it seems Apple has a bunch of other gadgets it could announce at a moment’s notice. Read More >>

Apple Finally Lets You Buy Amazon Prime Movies on iPhone and Apple TV

Apple appears to be loosening up its policies around in-app purchases that have come under fire from third-party services and antitrust regulators over what’s come to be known as the “Apple tax.” An agreement between Apple and Amazon will now allow users to purchase movies and TV shows from their iPhone or Apple TV – something that Apple’s 30 per cent cut policy previously made a gigantic pain in the butt. Read More >>

Apple TV 6 Reportedly in the Works With New Features Pegged for tvOS

Apple is set to release the next generation of its Apple TV hardware, according to new rumours, and there's an update on the way for tvOS that'll make parents' lives a whole lot easier. Read More >>

Apple TV Plus Lowers Streaming Quality to “Worst of the Lot -1”

Apple's high-end streaming service for people who must have the best is now worse, slightly, as the company has joined in the fun of reducing the quality of the video streams it offers so it can say it's trying to help maintain the internet quality of the newly sealed-off population. Read More >>

Android TV vs Apple TV: The Best Platform for Your TV Right Now

If you want Google or Apple software running on your big screen TV as well as on your phone, you’ve got a few options: On the Apple side, the Apple TV box, and on the Google side, the Android TV platform built into sets from companies like Sony, and also showcased very well on the Nvidia Shield TV. Read More >>

Apple’s Best Show is an Alt-History Cold War Epic about Moon Missions with Women

For the last month, I’ve been struck with a problem I fear far too few people have been struck with. I’ve been confusing my sharply written sci-fi shows that use alternative history to explore the ways we marginalise whole groups of people. Watchmen has explored the travesties America has committed against black people, while Apple TV+’s For All Mankind explores the absurdity of sexism. Read More >>

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How to Watch Apple TV+ If You Haven’t Got an Apple TV

The trusty Apple TV box is the most obvious device for watching Apple TV+ on – but if you don’t have one of the black boxes, then there are other ways to tune into The Morning Show, The Servant, For All Mankind, Dickinson and all the other shows Apple is pumping out. Here’s how to watch Apple TV+ (almost) everywhere. Read More >>

Apple TV Spreads Further, Makes its Way to Amazon Fire TV Devices

Back in the days when Apple wasn't all about the streaming business, the only place to find the Apple TV app was on the Apple TV box. Now that it's got Apple TV+ involved, and has lots of original content, Apple obviously wants people to tune in regardless of their streaming hardware. So the app spread, and now it's hit Amazon's streaming gizmos. Read More >>

Bland Content Isn’t Apple TV+’s Biggest Problem

Apple has had a long slow crawl from hardware maker to entertainment service provider. First, there was iTunes and selling music online, then movies and TV shows. Later came Apple Music, a streaming service provided for a monthly fee, and earlier this year there was News+, a news service... provided for a monthly fee. Now Apple’s finally getting around to a streaming TV service, TV+. For $5 a month, you’ll get a handful of shows that a lot of people are talking about. You’ll also get insight into the weird disconnect at the heart of Apple’s move from hardware and software to services. Read More >>

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How to Claim Your Free Apple TV+ Subscription

Apple surprised its fans in September when it announced that anyone who bought an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV, or MacBook from September 10 onward (for a limited time) would get a free year of Apple TV+. But Apple says the offer is only good for the next three months. The company has also been a little bit cagey about how to activate this free thing. Apple TV+ launches today, so we’re here to clear things up. Read More >>

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Apple TV App Rolls out on Amazon Fire Here in the UK

Apple TV Plus is launching next week, and the Apple TV app has dropped on a handful of Fire TV devices in preparation. Read More >>

Aw Yeah, Apple TV Is Now on Roku

Roku users are about to get two times the Apple – beginning today. Read More >>

Amazon’s Prime Video App Has Gone Missing From the Apple App Store

Prime Video, the Amazon app that hosts all of its streaming content, has disappeared from Apple’s App Store without explanation from Amazon. Read More >>