According to a new report from Bloomberg, Apple is planning to announce a new Apple TV model in April. Citing sources “with knowledge of the matter”, Bloomberg also claims that Apple is aiming to have the device available for sale by the Christmas holidays and that it is working with Time Warner Cable and “other potential partners” to add video content.
Last week we reviewed the Apple Tray, an elegant looking Apple TV holder made by Chicago-based Tinsel & Timber, and we called it one of the best Apple TV holders we’ve ever seen. Available in your choice of sustainably harvested American Walnut or Maple, this functional piece keeps your Apple TV and remote organized and looking great. Partnering with Tinsel & Timber, we’re giving away two brand new pieces of Apple Tray!
You’ve been able to enjoy Plex on your Apple (even on non-jailbroken Apple TV 3) for quite some time already, but if you also want to have access to your entire Plex library from your iPhone or iPad, now it’s a good moment to get Plex for iOS as the app is 60% off for the limited time ($4.99 -> $1.99).
Rumors on the Apple TV 4 has been pouring in from all ends of the virtual net, lately. The baseline speculations hit a spike couple of weeks back when iLounge learned from a reliable source that the next Apple TV will support native gaming. It was reported to come with a revamped iOS-based firmware and an build-in Apple TV App Store. We were also told that a Bluetooth controller is in the works and predicted Apple TV 4 to be in shelves as early as March.
The Beatles have been all over the news last week, thanks to the 50 year milestone (Feb 9) of the iconic pop band’s first performance in The Ed Sullivan Show. Looks like Apple is celebrating and they’re doing it in a big, never-before way. They have launched a new channel on the Apple TV simply named, The Beatles.