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iWatch – Apple Likely To Launch A Wrist Watch Soon

iWatch – Apple Likely To Launch A Wrist Watch Soon

Imagine sitting at your sofa, lounging comfortably, wearing a cute, nifty watch. Through this watch, you talk to your very own personal assistant, Siri, and then use Siri to access content from iCloud to your iPhone, iPad or iMac. You may even transfer data from these devices to iCloud and have it stored there. Or, once Apple launches it’s TV, stream data through Siri on your watch to be displayed on your Apple TV. Analysts are of the view that Apple may launch just such an iWatch in the coming days.

By On December 26, 2011 4 Responses
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Apple Gears Up Plans For A Future TV

Apple Gears Up Plans For A Future TV

Rumours about Apple planning to launch a TV are getting more frequent. According to reports, Apple is discussing the different aspect of TV content with media companies. The plan, according to the reports, is that Apple may release an actual TV which can access content through wi-fi and can even store content at and access it from iCloud. No official statement from Apple has come so far.

By On December 20, 2011 Respond
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Apple To Launch Siri-Powered Television By 2013

Apple To Launch Siri-Powered Television By 2013

Apple has reportedly been at work on a full-fledged high-definition television set for years, but the company’s recent launch of Siri for the iPhone 4S is believed to be one of the final puzzle pieces necessary for Apple to launch its own TV and Jobs had reportedly been pushing engineers at Apple for years to develop a new interface for living room TVs. In new report Nick Bilton from The New York Times says that Apple is indeed working on a television product that could be publicly announced in late 2012, which released in early 2013 and Apple has quite a bit of work to do before the set is ready for prime time…………….

By On October 29, 2011 Respond
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iPad Gets Multitasking Gestures And Display Mirroring

iPad Gets Multitasking Gestures And Display Mirroring

Apple’s iPad 1 gets video mirroring and multiasking gestures, which was only available for iPad 2 and now you can enable the new multi-touch swipes and mirroring on your first generation iPad with iOS 5, no jailbreaking required. Apple added some slick multitasking gestures to the iPad that allow you to four-finger swipe to pull up the multitasking drawer, swipe left and right between apps and five-finger pinch to view the homescreen and also added AirPlay mirroring, which allows you to view your iPad’s screen on an Apple TV, with the release of iOS 5……………….

By On October 22, 2011 Respond
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Download Apple TV 4.4.1 Update (Direct Links)

Download Apple TV 4.4.1 Update (Direct Links)

Last week, Apple released a major software update for its Apple TV set-top box, which added support for AirPlay Mirroring, Photo Stream and much, much more and the current firmware version for Apple TV is iOS 4.4, but just last night update 4.4.1 was made available. The 4.4 software update put a smile on the face of many Apple TV owners and those thinking of updating are advised not to, as they have been bricking these small devices. The new software was meant to fix a few bug issues, but now seems to have created an entire new one and some 9to5 Mac readers have been going ahead with the update to 4.4.1, as they do not believe that they will have any such issue, which is due to the fact that they never had any problems with the current version……………..

By On October 18, 2011 Respond
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iPhone 4S: First iPhone For Sprint Include AT&T And Verizon Network  Launches Oct. 14

iPhone 4S: First iPhone For Sprint Include AT&T And Verizon Network Launches Oct. 14

iPhone 4S feature a retina display and dual-core processor that makes the phone twice as fast as its predecessor. For the first time AT&T, Verizon and Sprint network and expected to be launch Oct. 14 and starts at $199 for the 16 GB model.

By On October 5, 2011 Respond
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iPhone 4S: Details & Full Feature List

iPhone 4S: Details & Full Feature List

Apple launched the iPhone 4S, featuring the same design as the iPhone 4 but with a new A5 processor and the iPhone 4S can take eight hours of talk time, six hours of 3G browsing, nine hours of Wi-Fi browsing. You can snag this black or white update on October 14th in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB configurations for $199, $299 and $399 and the iPhone 4S also has both GSM and CDMA, making it a world phone…………………..

By On October 5, 2011 Respond
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Near Final iOS 5 Build Is In Carrier Testing

Near Final iOS 5 Build Is In Carrier Testing

According to 9to5Mac, Apple has seeded certain mobile carriers with a near-final build of iOS 5 and these builds are different from the developer seeds we have seen so far with the enabling of Nuance’s Speech to Text as a system-wide service. Carrier partners are now receiving near-final builds of iOS 5 for testing and in the carrier test build that isn’t in the latest beta 7 release is FaceTime 3G support. In regards to FaceTime 3G, Apple is heavily stressing the importance of the feature, though ultimately it will be up to carriers to allow the feature or not…………………

By On September 7, 2011 Respond
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Apple Is Working On iOS Based Television For 2012

Apple Is Working On iOS Based Television For 2012

New Rumors have cropped up suggesting the arrival of an Apple-branded television set, based on its iOS operating system, as early as 2012 and in an interview with VentureBeat, cited multiple sources, including component suppliers and internal Apple source to back up his prediction. The Apple television project with iOS installed inside would do more than just show video and it would also be able to things like run iOS apps, check your ongoing schedule, play games and more………….

By On August 28, 2011 Respond
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Apple Kills 99-Cent iTunes TV Show Rentals From iTunes

Apple Kills 99-Cent iTunes TV Show Rentals From iTunes

Apple has removed the ability to rent TV shows from both iTunes and its Apple TV, taking away what was just last year one of the major advertised selling points of the $99 streaming-centric set-top box, introduced the ability to rent certain episodes of television programs for $0.99 each last September. Apple recently flipped the switch on streaming purchases for its relatively new second generation Apple TV and it appears 99-cent rentals didn’t move the needle, so we’ll wait and see what the folks from Cupertino have up their sleeve next……………

By On August 27, 2011 Respond
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Apple Working For Video Content On TV

Apple Working For Video Content On TV

Apple is working on a new technology to deliver video to televisions and revives rumors that Apple is seeking to launch a subscription package for television content. Apple has of course been pushing its AirPlay technology for streaming video from iOS devices to its Apple TV set-top box and has been rumored to be interested in launching an Apple-branded television set. If Apple is indeed pursuing subscriptions, it will undoubtedly run into heavy resistance from Big Cable and networks that rely heavily on cable subscriptions may feel pressure from cable providers not to join Apple’s venture……………

By On August 27, 2011 Respond
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Next Apple TV Will Not Use OLED

Next Apple TV Will Not Use OLED

Rumours that Apple would be partnering with LG to produce a 55-inch OLED television and now Apple has turned its focus to the television market, providing a device that would possibly allow users to stream music, videos and TV shows via its iTunes platform, but Apple is currently unsure of OLED technology due to its higher cost and related issues with large-sized OLED displays. Apple will eventually switch its digital gear to OLED tech and this won’t happen until three or four more years as the company has no interest in pricing itself out of the market…………

By On August 22, 2011 Respond
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Jailbreak Apple TV 2G With Seas0nPass

Jailbreak Apple TV 2G With Seas0nPass

Apple released iOS 4.3 for the Apple TV 2G with build number 8F455 and the noteable features in iOS 4.3 for Apple TV 2G includes iCloud support for purchased TV shows, Vimeo support and YouTube playlists. Now the good news is Firecore, the team behind Seasonpass has updated their tool to jailbreak Apple TV 2G on iOS 4.3 and its an untethered jailbreak solution for second generation Apple TV on the latest iOS 4.3 firmware (8F455). If you choose to update you will lose your current installation of aTV Flash (black) and any related settings, aTV Flash (black) Beta6 is compatible with the new 4.3 software. For be be updated to the latest and greatest version, you have simply re-run the aTV Flash (black) installer after jailbreaking………….

By On August 21, 2011 1 Response
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FireCore Introduce Media Player 0.7 For Apple TV

FireCore Introduce Media Player 0.7 For Apple TV

FireCore has just announced of the release of Media Play 0.7 for the Apple TV. And the good news is there is another major update to Media Player for the 2nd gen AppleTV. The Version 0.7 adds a number of exciting new features especially for the users outside the US and resolves a number of pesky bugs. So a solid update moves us forword one step a head to the final version. There are alot major updates in the Media Play 0.7. Checkout bellow what’s new in the Media Play 0.7.

By On August 15, 2011 Respond
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Apple TV 2G Gets HTML5 Based Game

Apple TV 2G Gets HTML5 Based Game

A hacker has managed to get an HTML5-based game working on the Apple TV 2G and having first jailbroken the device and installed the Couch Surfer application, which is provides a Web browser for jailbroken Apple TVs. The game is a simple BlackJack card game and he addition is notable as it demonstrates that the Apple TV is a functional platform for HTML5-based applications. HTML5 would provide an alternative to simple Flash-based games and it could become a compelling alternative to Apple’s native App Store applications in time…………

By On August 9, 2011 Respond
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