Apple TV+ Offline Viewing Support Could Be Limited

One of the features of some streaming services such as Netflix is the ability to download videos for viewing offline. It is expected that Apple’s upcoming Apple TV+ subscription service will offer up similar features as well, but according to the folks at MacRumors, it could be kind of limited in its functionality.


Apple Expected To Launch Apple TV+ In November For $9.99 A Month

In March earlier this year, Apple announced their upcoming streaming service called Apple TV+. The company did not mention how much the service will cost or when it will launch, but now a report from Bloomberg has revealed that the company could be aiming for a launch this coming November and where they could be planning it for a $9.99 a month subscription.


Hulu Re-Enables 4K Streaming For Chromecast Ultra And Apple TV

If you’re a subscriber to Hulu’s streaming services and would like to take full advantage of your 4K television, then you’ll be pleased to learn that Hulu has since re-enabled 4K streaming. The company had previously introduced 4K streaming but for some reason, in 2018 they decided to remove the option for users to stream in 4K.


Apple’s New TV Show Will Cost $15 Million Per Episode

Apple is investing into a ton of original content for its Apple TV+ service. One of the shows that the company is investing in is a show called “See”, but what’s interesting about the show is how much Apple is willing to pay per episode. According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, Apple is said to be spending as much as $15 million per episode.


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iOS 13 Will Use Your iPhones To Fix Your Apple TV’s Audio Sync Issues

We’re sure that we’ve all watched videos in which the video and audio are completely out of sync with each other. It can be a bit disconcerting and can be very annoying. There are various ways to fix that, but it seems that with iOS 13, Apple has plans to use your iPhone to help fix any audio sync issues that you might be experiencing with your Apple TV.


Apple TV Will Finally Gain Picture-In-Picture Support

A lot of modern TVs these days allow users to do picture-in-picture. For those who are unfamiliar, PIP mode is where you can have two screens in a single display itself, where one portion can be playing videos from one source, and the other plays videos from a different source.


tvOS 13 Updated With Multi-User Support, Gets New Features

Apple unveiled tvOS 13 at the WWDC 2019 keynote in San Francisco today. It brings a handful of new features to the Apple TV 4K such as multi-user support, a new Home screen, support for the Apple Arcade game service, and more. tvOS 13 also adds support for Xbox One and PS4 controllers.


Standalone Music And TV Apps For macOS Revealed In Leaked Screenshots

iTunes has been around for the longest time ever and has been Apple’s one-stop shop for the majority of its products and services. For example, it can be used to purchase music, books, movies, TV shows, apps, cloud storage, and it is also used to help sync up iOS devices. As such, the software has become extremely bloated.


Valve’s Steam Link App Is Now Available For iPhone, iPad, Apple TV

Last year, Valve announced the Steam Link app for mobile devices. For those who are hearing about this for the first time, the Steam Link app basically allows gamers to play their Steam games on their mobile devices. This works by streaming games from your computer onto your smartphone or tablet.


How To Mirror Your iPhone To An Apple TV

If you have an iPhone, iPad and an Apple TV, you might want to consider taking advantage of the mirroring function as it will let you enjoy content from your mobile device on a larger display. Here’s how you do that.


Apple TV App, AirPlay 2 Are Coming To Samsung’s 2019 Smart TVs

Apple and Samsung are rivals and there’s no denying it. However, both companies do seem to understand that there are benefits to working with each other, and that’s exactly what has happened. Samsung has recently announced that for its 2019 smart TVs, they will be bringing the new Apple TV app to it and also support for AirPlay 2.


Apple TV+ Could Launch As For-Pay Subscription Service

A couple of months ago, Apple officially announced their upcoming video streaming service called Apple TV+. It has been speculated for a long time that this is what Apple had been planning, but unfortunately during the launch, Apple failed to mention what kind of pricing system could we be looking at.


Apple Officially announces Apple TV+ Video Subscription Service

As per the reports, it seems that Apple has officially taken the wraps off their new video subscription service in the form of Apple TV+. This was announced alongside Apple News+ also the Apple Card, all of which will be part of Apple’s attempts to create brand new subscription services that will help boost its revenue.


Potential Pricing Of Apple’s Upcoming Services Revealed

So we know that come Monday, Apple could be launching a new video streaming service, a news and magazine subscription service, and also maybe even a gaming service. However if there is one question that is evading us all, it would be how much will all of these services cost Apple’s customers?