Trying is inching closer to its third season, and Apple TV+ is finally gearing up the marketing machine around one of the best comedies available on the streaming service. It might not garner as much attention as Ted Lasso, but this family story is certainly worth checking out.
Netflix has been around for so long now, some folks might consider it an institution. Others, though, just another streaming option in an ocean of them. Maybe it's the streaming service's age that made executives feel like it didn't need to go the route of an ad-supported option over the years. But, times change, the competition gets fierce, and suddenly you're hoping advertisements can save the day.
In September of 2020, news surfaced that Apple TV+ would play host to a new limited series focused on telling the story of the care takers and patients trapped inside a hospital following the catastrophic natural disaster Hurricane Katrina. Things have been pretty quiet about the series since then, but today we finally have an official teaser to share.
Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, only has positive things to say about augmented reality, or AR. Which certainly makes sense, because the company has been rumored to be working on an AR headset, or otherwise mixed reality headset, for years. And we might actually be nearing a launch for that product. Especially considering Cook is out there in the wild, directly hinting at such a thing.
Apple has some pretty big aspirations for CarPlay, with a bold new design, a whole set of new features, and much more coming down the pipe in the coming years. Before that, though, support for CarPlay still has some spots to fill. And that even includes running on cars that feature Android Automotive.
Even when it comes to the largest of updates from Apple, like with iOS 16 for example, the build up to the public release can sometimes include otherwise small tweaks along the way. That's what we're seeing with the second developer, which the company seeded earlier today. But, even the small changes can leave a big impact.
Apple Original Podcasts might not have the largest library (sounds familiar, Apple TV+), but that only means there's a lot of room to add new material. Which is probably a constant effort on Apple's part. And now there's one new show heading to the platform soon.
Later this year, when Apple launches the next major updates for iOS and macOS, a new feature will come along for the ride called Continuity Camera. This will allow folks to use their iPhone as their computer's web cam, either wirelessly or wired. Users will also need an accessory to attach their smartphone to their computer, but that won't launch until later this year, too. But one enterprising individual has decided that waiting isn't all that fun.
Any given year, there are a variety of different rumors swirling around at any given time regarding upcoming products from Apple. But this year, and especially right now, it certainly feels like the rumor mill is bursting at the seams regarding devices the company is working on. Especially in the laptop category.
Apple has, for the most part, played it pretty safe when it comes to display sizes over the last several years. But if recent reports are to be believed, it sounds like the company is about to start shaking things up. Or maybe it's just testing a lot of different devices right now, and ultimately we'll stick with what we know for final products.
While Apple might be aiming big for future iPad models, the company's entry-level option remains a steadfast member of the lineup. Now a new report suggests Apple is planning to make its least expensive tablet a little bit more capable. At least in the hardware department.
Right now, Apple's biggest iPad is a Pro-branded model, boasting a 12.9-inch display. It's a big piece of technology, but for folks who like that sort of thing, it's also a workhorse that has a big, beautiful display. But it sounds like Apple's ready to test the waters on an even bigger tablet. But, as it turns out, Apple might not be going pro with this one.