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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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PS Vue users can now watch four channels at once on Apple TV

PS Vue users can now watch four channels at once on Apple TV

Watching more than one show at the same time used to involve setting up multiple displays or quickly toggling between channels during commercial breaks. Picture-in-picture support, DVR, and streaming television have all changed that, but watching three or more shows on the same large TV is still limited. That changes today for PlayStation Vue customers who own an Apple TV.

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Apple video service will make starry March 25 event debut: Report

Apple video service will make starry March 25 event debut: Report

Apple was tipped to call upon "Hollywood stars" to attend a March 25th event for the launch of a new video service. This video service would join a new News subscription service that'd also launch on the same day, at the same event. The video service would be similar to, but not the same as, major video streaming services already on the market like Amazon Prime Video and Netflix.

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iPad mini 5 tipped to cut costs, even with feature boost

iPad mini 5 tipped to cut costs, even with feature boost

The 5th-generation iPad mini was teased today with abilities that match those of higher-end devices. This is largely due to the addition of parts that'd previously been used on other devices - much like the most recent standard iPad. The standardization of parts used here would (and does) lower the cost of production for the device while bringing higher processing power and new features to a new-generation device.

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Amazon Prime Video X-Ray is on Apple TVs at long last

Amazon Prime Video X-Ray is on Apple TVs at long last

Wouldn't it be nice of all these rival tech companies could just get along nicely? That would mean having access to products and features without much drama or difficulty. Sadly, that's rarely the case so when a service's feature finally becomes available on a rival's platform, there's more than enough reason to be happy. Just like the long-overdue addition of Amazon Prime Video's X-Ray feature on Apple TVs.

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How iTunes content and AirPlay 2 came to Samsung TVs

How iTunes content and AirPlay 2 came to Samsung TVs

The folks behind the latest round of Samsung Smart TVs seem to have reached an agreement with Apple to bring a whole lot of content to their sets this Spring. News this morning is that Samsung Smart TVs will launch iTunes Movies and TV Shows starting in Spring of 2019. They'll also be bringing support for AirPlay 2 starting at around the same time.

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Sling TV on Apple TV makes it easier to find and manage content

Sling TV on Apple TV makes it easier to find and manage content

Sling just pushed out a big update to its Apple TV app, tweaking the interface to satisfy users based on their feedback. Content is the center focus of the updated app, enabling users to more easily find and manage their favorite shows. As well, the grid guide has been improved with more info and images, it's easier to get more information about a series before watching, and more.

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Apple might launch Chromecast alternative to boost TV service

Apple might launch Chromecast alternative to boost TV service

Apple allegedly considered plans to offer its own Chromecast alternative as a way to increase the number of viewers on its upcoming TV service. The plan had been discussed internally, according to newly surfaced sources, though the company hasn't confirmed the rumor. Assuming the report is correct, Apple's dongle would provide access to the company's own video platform.

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Long rumored Apple TV streaming service release tipped for early 2019

Long rumored Apple TV streaming service release tipped for early 2019

A report today suggests Apple is preparing to launch its long-rumored subscription TV service globally in the first half of 2019. This service would go to war with major TV show and movie streaming services that not only serve their own subscription content, but that of associated and 3rd-party brands. This service would work on Apple TV devices and - MAYBE - elsewhere.

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