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AirPlay-enabled Apps: iTunes Movie Trailers

by Andrew Webster on November 4, 2011

iTunes Movie Trailers AirPlay-Enabled App for Apple TV

Movie trailers have always been sort of a side hobby for Apple. Now this hobby seems to be getting some attention, as Apple has released an app specifically for movie trailers.

When you first open iTunes Movie Trailers on either your iPhone or iPad, you’ll find the trailer layout very similar to the Apple TV’s graphic-based layout. Here you can scroll and search based on movie art, or simply search for whatever trailer you are looking to watch and then watch it on your device or on your TV, through AirPlay.

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Apple TV News from the Web: Edition 4

by tomek on September 22, 2011

This week in “Apple TV News from the Web”:

  1. Apple to build 3D TV system
  2. Apps coming to Apple TV
  3. Adobe AIR 3 games for iOS
  4. The Pear TV
  5. Apple TV Hacks Store

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Apple TV News from the Web: Edition 3

by tomek on September 14, 2011

How Adobe is going to deliver Flash content to every iPhone and iPad? Will Feral’s legendary game finally come to the Mac? Which TV shows are now fully closed-captioned in the iTunes and how will be the new MacBook Pro? Read the third edition of “Apple TV News from the Web” to get the answers for all these iQuestions.

We are open for submissions: if you find anything related to Apple TV and you think it may fit here, send us a tweet or a Facebook comment and we’ll post it the coming week.

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Edition 3:

1. Flash coming to iOS
2. Deus Ex: Human Revolution
3. Closed-captioned episodes in iTunes
4. Updated MacBook Pro line

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Apple to Enter TV Display Business?

by tomek on June 22, 2011

The fact that Steve Jobs has no trust in set-top box as a device that could revolutionize the TV market makes many people think Apple may decide to build televisions. Well, that may be a reality soon as DailyTech reports that Apple “is teaming up with a major OEM to sell iOS-powered, Apple-branded displays.”

According to the former Apple executive who anonymously spoke to DailyTech, Apple plans to bundle Apple TV and iTunes inside physical television sets. The source claims that Apple is teaming up with a major supplier (Samsung?) to provide the physical televisions, which will be rebranded as Apple television sets. The source believed a fall launch was in order, but the product could launch as late as next year.

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Among the tons of the new features that will come to our iDevices this fall along with iCloud and iOS 5, there are two Apple TV2-related features. The first one is Photo Stream – a special Photo Stream album on your Apple TV 2 will let you access your photos stored in iCloud. iCloud’s Photo Stream service automatically uploads the photos you take or import on any of your devices and wirelessly pushes them to all your devices and computers.

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Up for review we have four AirPlay enabled apps, designed with your Apple TV 2 in mind.

First we have Camera for Apple TV. Obviously, it’s an app that displays the live view of your iPhone’s camera on the big screen, though there is a bit of delay. I have trouble seeing what this $2 app can do for the average user, besides providing young children with entertainment. Sure you could display something for others to look at, but couldn’t you also show them the item? They are, after all, probably in the same room as you.

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