A lot has happened in the last couple of months, with a proliferation of tools unlike anything we’ve seen before. It can be hard to stay on top of the current situation and to discern the important differences between the offerings, so we’ve rounded it all up for you.
The upcoming app will appeal to cable TV cord cutters. For just $35 per month, you will be able to stream traditional cable television shows on ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC, CW, Disney, ESPN, FX, USA and dozens of other major channels.
Find out how much data Netflix uses and how to reduce that data usage. Whether you watch Netflix on iPhone, Apple TV, iPad, Mac, or other devices, you can be in control of the amount of data being used. We show you exactly how. This is perfect for making sure you don’t go over capped data limits.
The latest hire in Apple’s quest for top programming talent appears to be Dana Tuinier from The Paramount Network. Tuinier will head up the comedy space at Apple, and will be responsible for comedy within the Worldwide Video unit
Apple has introduced a new privacy feature for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV in the latest OS betas that help you understand how a system app or feature is collecting and using your personal information. We now know how it works and have some screenshots showing it in action.
Building a more secure foundation for its platforms, Apple’s added a new privacy feature to iOS 11.3, macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 and tvOS 11.3 to help you see when an Apple app or feature is trying to access your personal information.
iOS 11.3 brought a laundry list of new features to iPhone and iPad today, including iMessages in iCloud, new Animoji, new health features, ARKit enhancements and more. Among those is support for AirPlay 2.