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Apple’s new TV app arrives on iOS, Apple TV, and Samsung smart TVs

Apple’s new TV app arrives on iOS, Apple TV, and Samsung smart TVs

Apple has announced that its new Apple TV app has arrived in more than 100 countries for its device owners, as well as for users who own select Samsung smart TVs. The redesigned app is made to meet all of your entertainment needs, bringing a huge movie and television collection alongside major video apps and an overhauled design. Samsung boasts that it is the first TV manufacturer to offer the Apple TV app and AirPlay 2.

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Disney+ is likely to support Apple TV

Disney+ is likely to support Apple TV

Disney has just released the details of one of its most-discussed upcoming product, its own video streaming service. While the entertainment giant did give the fine details about Disney+, including its surprising $7 monthly fee, the one aspect it was coy about was support for platforms and devices. If you thought that was because of potential controversy with Apple, there's no need to worry. It's coming to "traditional" app distributors, which also happens to include Apple.

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macOS update likely splitting up iTunes

macOS update likely splitting up iTunes

New apps like Apple Music, Podcasts, and Apple TV are coming to Apple computers with the next big macOS update this Spring. This would essentially mean the long-awaited breaking-up of the iTunes app, and perhaps the first step toward ending file-based media at Apple altogether - far, far down the road, obviously. Music, TV, Podcasts, and "perhaps" Books apps will be in the mix, and the Apple services machine will be kicked into full gear before school is out.

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This is Netflix’s justification for axing AirPlay support

This is Netflix’s justification for axing AirPlay support

Netflix has explained its reasons for pulling Apple AirPlay support from its iOS app, after unexpectedly deleting the feature last week, and it wants you to know that it's doing it for your own good. The streaming video company says the change was done with preserving quality and customer experience in mind, though users may not be so happy.

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Plex gets sleek new UI with improved navigation on Roku, Apple TV

Plex gets sleek new UI with improved navigation on Roku, Apple TV

Home media server software company Plex is rolling out its sleek new user interface on Roku and Apple TV, the company has announced. The UI brings a new television navigation experience that was designed to offer a 'unified, consistent experience' on all the devices and platforms that Plex supports.

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Why Oprah blessed Apple with her presence

Why Oprah blessed Apple with her presence

Not since The Beatles catalog release on iTunes has there been as icon-centric an Apple event as this. Today Oprah Winfrey stood onstage to join forces with Apple. Literally, she said that. "We want to be heard, but we also need to listen," said Oprah. "That's why I'm joining forces with Apple."

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Apple TV+ video service arrives with original shows this fall

Apple TV+ video service arrives with original shows this fall

During its event today, Apple took the wraps off its new Apple TV+ service, the product increasingly detailed in leaks over past months. The official product is a video streaming service unveiled alongside a roster of celebrities, one that will offer viewers access to original programming already in the development pipeline.

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Apple TV Channels courts cord-cutters, TV addicts, and desktop users

Apple TV Channels courts cord-cutters, TV addicts, and desktop users

A new version of the Apple TV app is coming to multiple platforms this year, and along with it, Apple TV Channels. This system will bring services like Hulu, DirecTV, and PlayStation Vue to iPhone, iPad, and macOS (MacBooks, desktops), with shows in mind. This system will include a slightly new UI and access to network TV from both satellite and cable brands.

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Apple Arcade is here to destroy Android gaming

Apple Arcade is here to destroy Android gaming

"We want to make gaming even better," said Tim Cook. The Apple CEO stood onstage at an event that'd already introduced a magazine subscription service and, for the first time ever, an Apple Credit Card that effectively turned the company into a financial services brand. Apple also wanted a new slice of the pie that was gaming - this time in a subscription service as well.

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Apple event today: Here’s how to watch live

Apple event today: Here’s how to watch live

Live in effect today is an Apple event the likes of which we've likely never seen before. Right now we're looking at the several different ways in which you can watch and experience the Apple event live, including live video from the Steve Jobs Theater, imagery (photos), captured video, and our main news feed in which you'll find all the news fit to post. This event will begin at 10AM PDT, which is 11AM Mountain Time, 12PM NOON Central Time, and 1PM Eastern Time.

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Apple event will focus on subscription services for news, video, and maybe games

Apple event will focus on subscription services for news, video, and maybe games

Apple will be holding its spring press event on Monday, March 25th, but unlike its usual stage presentations the company won't be focusing on new hardware. Instead, last week we saw staggered announcements for new iPads, iMacs, and AirPods. This frees up Monday's event to reveal something else entirely: a new set of digital services for things like news, video, and possibly even games.

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Apple TV service event will only matter to you in one way

Apple TV service event will only matter to you in one way

A bit of a leak of Apple's next event showed the content of the announcements the company's about to make. Apple's got some entertainment on-hand in the TV department. They're apparently set to deliver a new service in which they sell subscriptions to services that already sell subscriptions. The biggest differences for you will be in price and in availability - sort of.

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