Apple Won’t Announce Subscription Based TV Service At WWDC

Apple TVIn what could be a huge disappointment for TV viewers, Apple will not launch their streaming TV service this June at the annual developers conference, WWDC. They will have to wait a little longer to ditch their cable as Apple plans to make the big announcement later this year or in 2016. But the new service is most definitely coming and quite soon as Apple has TV Executives lined up to sign a deal with them. Read More

Apple’s All New TV Ad For iPhone 5S Is All About Gold

For now the video is Flash, apologies for that. Once it is uploaded on YouTube, we’ll update it here as well

Apple has just released a brand new TV ad for the iPhone 5S and it completely promotes the gold version which has been a top seller compared to the other colors. The gold color and the Touch ID sensor are the two things Apple is pushing with this new iPhone 5S TV ad.

Refurbished Apple TV Price Reduced to $75

appletvApple has reduced the price of the refurbished Apple TV, making it $10 cheaper than the previous price of $85, and $24 cheaper than a brand new device. It is believed that Apple reduced the price following the announcement of the Google Chromcast, which has been gaining traction not only because of its low price tag at a mere $35, but also due to the fact that it is universal, and not tied to a single Operating System. Read More

Apple’s Stunning New TV Ad – Intention

Apple’s really proud to be an American company and has released two new ads promoting their signature – “Designed by Apple in California.” The above one is dubbed “Intention” and through the use of simple phrases, it clearly captures someone’s attention towards the level of design attention Apple pays to its products. Only when every detail is perfect, does a product hold the signature – “Designed by Apple in California.” Read More

Tim Cook: TV Is Still An Area Of Great Interest To Apple


Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook was on stage today at the D11 conference and when talking about TV and the future of television, Tim Cook kept on focusing on the current Apple TV and being a product driven person, he kept on revealing the numbers relating to the device. Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher were interviewing Tim, and in their usual style, they kept on pressing him to get more details out of the entire idea. Read More