American Idol has been doing its competitive singing thing since 2002, and, according to some of the folks in charge of making sure the show goes on, that will indeed remain the case even despite the coronavirus global pandemic.
In a seemingly reversal of stance on power management and iPhone performance throttling, Tim Cook told ABC News that users will be able to disable this feature in an upcoming iOS update.
Single Sign-On, Apple's new feature that permits compatible video-streaming apps to unlock additional content by using your saved cable credentials, became officially available yesterday. Just a day after launch, apps from ABC and Disney have now gained support for Single Sign-On on the iPhone, iPad and Apple TV, as well as Freeform, FXNOW and a few other apps, The Verge reported Thursday.
The American Broadcasting Company (ABC), a broadcast television network owned by the Disney–ABC Television Group, announced today that its Watch ABC app for the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Apple TV shall be known going forward as just ABC. In addition to rebranding, the new ABC app now packs in an overhauled user interface and more content, including exclusive digital series for users who download the app as well as 38 full seasons of “throwback” TV shows.
ABC News, which last year debuted its inaugural Apple TV channel in the U.S., is now available to owners of Apple's $99 set-top box in Germany, no subscription required. As first noted by German blog iFun.de, it includes live and recorded shows and local news broadcasts from major U.S. cities.
This includes content from WABC (New York), KABC (Los Angeles), WLS (Chicago), WPVI (Philadelphia), KGO (San Francisco), KTRK (Houston), WTVD (Raleigh), KFSN (Fresno) and WISN (Milwaukee).
Tipsters have confirmed that ABC News is now also available to Apple TV owners in France, the United Kingdom, Hungary, Sweden and other European countries.
ABC will be airing the 2015 Oscars on Sunday at 7PM EST/4PM PST from Dolby Theater, and if for some reason you aren't able to catch it on your television set, ABC is one of the networks that has actually embraced online streaming.
ABC announced on Thursday its Watch ABC app on the Apple TV has been updated with full-length episodes after they air, along with a new bolder, immersive look and feel, more short form video, and a continuous play mode.
Following today's "historic" media event, Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down with ABC News' David Muir for an exclusive interview. The full interview will air on tonight's episode of 'World News Tonight,' but ABC has just posted a teaser clip of the conversation.
In the clip, which we've posted below, Cook talks to Muir about the significance of this morning's event. The keynote took place at the same venue where Steve Jobs unveiled the original Mac in 1984, Muir wanted to know if that was on Cook's mind at all today.
Apple's media-streaming box has expanded its list of content sources this morning with the addition of both live and on-demand video from ABC News, AOL On, PBS Kids and Willow TV, a sports channel dedicated to international cricket and the Official Broadcaster of Cricket in the United States and Canada.
Integration with ABC News gives Apple TV owners free access to local news, real-time breaking stories and 50 years of historical footage from ABC News' archives, including "This Week in History" and "The Day in Pictures" features.
In addition to the aforementioned new channels, the $99 device has gained a redesigned Flickr app. Read on for the full reveal...
ABC has said that it is going to stream the complete Academy Awards ceremony this Sunday to mobile phones. The network has long offered highlights of the event on mobile, but this is the first time it'll stream the event live.
The feed will be funneled through the 'Watch ABC' app, which means that if you have it installed on an iOS device and meet the requirements, you'll be able to catch the show. Unfortunately, the requirements are pretty stringent...
Rounding out Apple's celebration of the Mac's 30th anniversary on Friday, ABC aired an interview between its own David Muir and CEO Tim Cook. Senior VP Craig Federighi and VP Bud Tribble were also on hand, but Cook did most of the talking.
It was a short discussion, running for less than 5 minutes, and some of it has already been spoiled by preview clips. But for those who haven't seen it, it's worth watching, as Cook speaks out about major issues such as the recent NSA surveillance scare...
We're still a few hours away from ABC airing David Muir's interview with Tim Cook, but the network has been leaking tidbits of the discussion all day. Earlier we saw a clip of Cook talking about Apple's new sapphire plant in Arizona, and now this.
ABC has posted another preview of tonight's Cook interview. This time the CEO answers questions about Apple's position on the recent NSA surveillance scandal, saying the Agency would have to "cart us out in a box" to gain access to their servers...