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YouTube ends support for older apps on iOS, Apple TV, Google TV

YouTube ends support for older apps on iOS, Apple TV, Google TV

Have older tech? YouTube wants you to upgrade. In a blog post today, the YouTube team is announcing they’ll no longer support “certain older” apps. It likely won’t affect most users, and the mobile website will continue to work — but you should be aware, especially if you’re using some dated hardware (some of which is just plain obsolete). YouTube isn’t being picky, either. Everything from Apple TV to gaming consoles are affected. Even Google TV (which is apparently still a thing) is going to need an update!

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Next Apple TV rumored to be missing 4K video performance

Next Apple TV rumored to be missing 4K video performance

A new incarnation of Apple TV will be revealed later this year, and the rumors are in: it will be lacking 4K video support. Apple is usually viewed as an early adopter of new, futuristic technology. So, why isn't it clamoring to be the one of the first set-top boxes for the cable-cutting crowd to offer 4K video capability, especially if the A8 chip running the latest generation of iPhones is reputed to be capable of 4K?

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Apple may ask networks to handle their own streams for Apple TV

Apple may ask networks to handle their own streams for Apple TV

With Apple TV seeing a price drop at Apple’s latest event for the Apple Watch and MacBook, we all assume new hardware is inbound. A report subsequently outlined what the new hardware was all about (allegedly, of course), giving many of us reason to pause before getting our hands on an Apple TV at a discounted price. Hardware is nothing without god software, and int he case of Apple TV — content. Rather than try to create their own TV streaming network, Apple is reportedly asking TV networks to handle the lifting.

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Report: New Apple TV coming at WWDC with Siri, new OS

Report: New Apple TV coming at WWDC with Siri, new OS

Starting with Steve Jobs, Apple execs have routinely promised a better TV experience, bashing our existing experience along the way. In a lot of ways, they’ve failed to deliver. Apple TV is a neat streaming box, but it doesn’t set itself apart in any notable way. The recent price drop for Apple TV was nice, and quietly suggested something new was coming. It is, according to a new report. In addition to new hardware, Apple is reportedly bringing Siri along for the ride, and a new TV app store.

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HBO NOW’s Apple TV exclusivity will appeal to new cord cutters

HBO NOW’s Apple TV exclusivity will appeal to new cord cutters

HBO NOW is what many have been waiting for. An HBO offering that comes free of a cable subscription, and streams to your smartphone, tablet, or TV via a streaming device. In the wake of Apple’s on-stage announcement they’d be the exclusive provider of the service, we’re learning a bit more about it. If you’re looking to get HBO NOW in time for the Game of Thrones premiere, you’ll have to get an Apple TV. A launch partner, HBO NOW is also exclusive to the Apple TV for three months.

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Apple TV gets price drop to $69

Apple TV gets price drop to $69

Today at Apple’s event, we started off on a strange footing. Rather than leap right into the Apple Watch, CEO Tim Cook lead off with Apple TV. Not only will Apple TV users have access to HBO Now exclusively, Apple is also dropping the price. Rather than $99, Apple TV will cost a mere $69. The price change is in effect immediately, so if you need a new streaming device, “now’s the time”, says Tim Cook. It might not be, though.

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HBO NOW heads to Apple TV with no cable required

HBO NOW heads to Apple TV with no cable required

This week during an event centered on Apple Watch, Apple also revealed that new content would be coming to Apple TV - one of these bits being HBO NOW. HBO would be bringing content, primarily - "we're offering content from all the leading content providers," said Tim Cook, and that includes ESPN, Showtime, Disney, ABC, PBS, and more, now. Also present at the event was Richard Plepler, CEO of HBO. "This is a transformative moment for HBO," said Plepler, showing Game of Thrones, Band of Brothers, True Detective, and Angry Boys onscreen.

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iTunes streaming service, new Apple TV reportedly delayed until WWDC

iTunes streaming service, new Apple TV reportedly delayed until WWDC

That Beats/iTunes streaming music service Apple is believed to be working on won’t be showing up Monday, a new report claims. The new service, which is widely expected to roll in a total iTunes streaming option, is being ‘delayed’ as Apple finalizes details. Instead, Apple will roll the service out in June alongside a new Apple TV platform, replete with slimmed-down hardware. Though Apple hasn’t yet announced WWDC’s dates, many are looking to the second week in June as a time for this event.

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Apple TV may follow Sling TV into streaming of live content

Apple TV may follow Sling TV into streaming of live content

Apple TV is a very decent streaming device, and keeps pace with others in its category nicely. The main attraction for iOS users is the ability to AirDrop their screen, making things like mobile gaming come alive on the big screen. Still, media consumption is the main aim for many users, and Apple TV does a nice job of that. A new report suggests Apple may be trying to do what Dish recently accomplished with Sling TV, and offer actual TV packages.

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Apple patents mirroring display from Apple TV to mobile

Apple patents mirroring display from Apple TV to mobile

When we hear the phrase "display mirroring", we most likely think of sending our smartphone or tablet content to a TV, a feature which is now almost common fare among media streaming devices. Apple, however, seems to be on the verge of cooking up something that goes in the opposite direction. The company has just been granted a patent that could, in theory, let users view what's playing on Apple TV right from their iPhone or iPad without missing a single beat.

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