First noted by MacRumors, Apple has overnight pushed out a new app to its Apple TV. The app – (which you’ll now find somewhere on your Apple TV homescreen) – is called “Apple Events,” and will be used later today in order to allow users to watch the company’s upcoming event at California Theatre, San Jose, CA – Live.
20 Search results for "third-generation iPad"
Based on the widely-available published paperback World Atlas, ATLAS by Collins launched on Thursday aims to reinvent the Atlas by offering users a series of digital globes capable of displaying all types of different information about the places and people which reside on our planet.
If a new report by The Guardian is to be believed, those in the UK who originally purchased Apple’s third-generation iPad back in March may be kicking themselves in the coming months, as the paper reports tonight that the Californian company is now prepping a UK-compatible version of the tablet for use with the country’s new (and only) 4G network, Everything Everywhere.
I love YouTube. So, I was slightly disheartened when news arrived that iOS would no longer feature Google’s official client out of the box. This was later remedied by the company releasing its official standalone YouTube client, which is now available for download on the App Store. However, the client doesn’t appear to be all that ready …
Following the public release of iOS 6 earlier tonight, Apple has over the last few hours unleashed a sheer plethora of updates to its suite of iOS apps. The updates, which add full support for new OS (and support for iPhone 5), include new versions of the company’s ‘iWork’ productivity suite, as well as updated versions of Garageband, Find My iPhone, Find My Friends, Cards, Podcasts, iTunes U, Remote, and iPhoto. Full details on each of the updates, after the break!