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What Apple's Latest Acquisition Says About The Future Of Apple TV

Apple just bought a small startup company you probably never heard of called Matcha.tv. Why is this important? Because it might, maybe, possibly reveal what Apple sees as the future of Apple TV: a channel-less oasis, where it doesn’t matter what streaming service you watch your favourite TV show on, as long as it’s through Apple TV.


Report: Apple's TV Service Would Pay Networks When You Skip Ads

According to a report by former WSJ reporter Jessica Lessin, Apple’s long-rumoured stand-alone TV service will supposedly allow viewers to skip over commercials. While commercial skipping has been available as a feature for a while, networks have gone after and often crushed services into bankruptcy or caused them to retract said feature.


'Game' Consoles Are The Final Key To Digital Domination

Google might be building a game console, rumours say. Apple too. Actually, everyone’s building game consoles. It’s just, they aren’t game consoles, exactly. They’re puzzle pieces.


The Surest Sign Yet That Apple TV Will Be A Gaming Console

This week, Apple released its first-ever instructions for designing and developing a game controller for use with Apple products. The evidence suggests that Apple is gearing up take gaming beyond the confines of its products. It’s going to condone console-style game development. And today’s game controller for iOS 7 could mean that tomorrow’s Apple TV is a full-on gaming platform.


What About Apple TV?

Yesterday, Apple put on one heck of a show. We got a snazzy new version of iOS 7, one big wave of an OS X update, and even a preview of the next Mac Pros. But where was all the news about Apple TV? Apple is seemingly ignoring the enormous potential of its set-top box.


Watch Apple's WWDC 2013 Keynote Live Here

Overnight we got word that Apple would live stream its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) keynote live to Apple devices. How exciting! Here’s how it’s going to happen.


Some Apple TVs Have Wi-Fi Issues, But You Can Get A Replacement

Apple has admitted that some of its third-generation Apple TVs have Wi-Fi issues. Owners with affected hardware are now able to exchange it for a fully functional replacement.


Reworked Apple TV May Point To Apple's Next iPad

Apple is rather quietly reworking the internal components inside the Apple TV. The Apple TV is very much the quiet cousin of the iOS family, but that makes it an ideal testing ground for Apple to work out what it’s doing with its more successful product lines.


Every Apple Product Supposedly In The Works

Did you hear the latest rumour about Apple’s “explorations” into a Dick Tracey-like smartwatch that’ll soon be attaching itself to everybody’s wrists? It’s coming soon. Or never. But it’s just another one of an avalanche of products Apple is rumoured to have in the works. We’ve rounded up everything Apple’s supposed to have in the pipeline. If even half of them are true, Cupertino’s got its hands full.


There Is Apparently An Even Smaller Apple TV

According to an FCC filing, Apple has a smaller Apple TV in the works. What’s weird is that it’s not that much smaller than the current Apple TV — the small version would be 93.78sqmm as opposed to the current version’s 98sqmm. Everything else about the FCC filing on the Apple TV looks identical to the current one.