Posts tagged Apple TV
As the rumors have been stacking up for the potential iPad 3 that will be released today, the rumors have seem to have calmed down for the Apple TV. However some final last ones have come into the pipeline, with some background information about the stock levels of the current Apple TV second generation. It appears that 98% of Apple TV’s throughout the U.S Apple Retail Store ecosystem have been showing on the website and in-store as ‘Out of Stock’. Read More
Apple has began sending out invites for its March 7th event being held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco on Wednesday at 10 a.m. PST. Looking at the picture, it is clear that the company will announce iPad 3 at the event and also the Apple TV on March 7th. Read More
It appears that Apple’s next media event is not so far away as a reporter has come across a delivery document for some iPad 3 documents. The shipping documents that are situated below state that there could be two new Apple products coming our way in a couple of weeks. Perhaps we are going to see the new Apple TV ‘3’ and an iPad 3. Some explanation for these delivery notes is that its said to be going from Foxconn to the United States. Read More
It appears that this week Apple have succeeded in their debut of the new Apple TV along with online iTunes services in Brazil. With the Apple TV, citizens of Brazil will now be able to access any of the online entertainment services that Apple have has to offer in other countries and avail music, movies, podcasts, Apps and more that iTunes will provide. Read More
Seas0nPass is a new jailbreak tool that can be used to jailbreak the new Apple TV running on iOS 4.2.1. The tool creates a custom firmware and the jailbreak is currently a tethered one which means that you have to connect your device to your computer every time you reboot it. The tool is developed by Firecore and is available for Mac OS X. For a complete guide, check this out.
Some time back we had talked about the “Great White Shark Strategy” of Apple and had made the projection that for Apple the next move would be to move from the “device-focus” to the “device-interface-content focus”. This anticipation seemed to be only logical because a device in isolation with as many use features as it can support, will only wither away in the face of competition if it does not capture the content arena as well.