Netflix is offering a newer audio experience starting today for its paid subscribers. The company claims it as “high-quality” audio which will support higher bitrate for devices with 5.1 or Dolby Atmos. So if you have been watching Netflix on a TV with the best audio technology but missed out on a better sound, this new addition will definitely boost the overall audio dynamics while you watch your favorite TV shows and movies. Read More
Samsung is looking to get ahead in the TV business and is planning to bring the very popular Google Assistant on its future fleet of TV sets in 2019. The voice assistant service is not new to Samsung as they had implemented Bixby in their 2018 TVs. Although users can control the video playback by speaking to Bixby, the voice commands are pretty much limited for now and bringing in Google Assistant should fill the gap. Read More
The Apple TV App Store has finally opened up to third-party Apps and we are close to 1,000 Apps on the store now. However, when the Apple TV App launched last week there was a huge discovery issue, Apple included a list of featured Apps but the users could not browse through categories or Top Charts. It was easily assumed that Apple didn’t have enough data to build out categories and rankings but, things have changed now. This morning, users of the new Apple TV noticed a section in the device’s App Store. This section lists the Top Charts and breaks down into Top Paid, Top Free and Top Grossing Apps, just like the iOS and Mac App Store. Read More
In 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
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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.
Some interesting news here. Amazon is preparing to launch a product that will compete with the Apple TV. According to the WSJ, Amazon’s product for the TV space would be similar to the Apple TV and other competitors. Read More
Apple has released a new ad that revolves around the theme – “Every day, more people connect face to face on the iPhone than any other phone.” It has been embedded above for your viewing pleasure.
Apple 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
According to the latest report by DigiTimes, Apple is allegedly looking to strike up a deal with LG, to manufacture 55 and/or 65 inch Ultra HD TV Panels for a future Apple TV set. The source also claims that “Apple is still testing the technology and has yet to finalize its orders with LG.” Read More
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