Every once in a while, Apple slips in a free promotion or two for streaming services that aren't its own. Sometimes it gets some fanfare in the Apple TV app, other times not so much. So if you missed that you can get a free month's worth of the (relatively) new Paramount+ streaming service, don't feel bad.
Ted Lasso is not a stranger to winning awards. And now Apple is promoting another big win for the hit comedy series. And this one's a big one, as far as rewards are concerned.
Do you like official merchandise? Are you a fan of the hit comedy series Ted Lasso? Well, now you can buy some inspired by the Apple TV+ show.
Apple TV+ has a consistently good library of TV series and films to watch. However, when it comes to standout hits that get people talking, the selection is much smaller. Luckily for the streaming service, Ted Lasso is good enough to carry that weight.
Apple's iCloud Private Relay depends on “trusted partners” whom the company wouldn't name when unveiling this privacy feature during WWDC21, but now we know who they are.
Facebook is now rolling out its Clubhouse competitor in the US, dubbed Live Audio Rooms, along with exclusive podcasts that are now available on the platform.
Following a period of uncertainty, Google has now finally begun rolling out support for Apple's Picture-in-Picture (PiP) feature on iPhone and iPad, and it's not limited to paid subscribers.
A German antitrust watchdog has launched an investigation into Apple's business practices in the country, including whether the Cupertino giant has exploited its market dominance.
Apple put itself in a unique position before the start of this year's Worldwide Developers Conference. Not necessarily one it had to find a way out of, per se. However, a lot of people expected Apple to do just that.
The iPad lineup is a range of helpful tools. Whether it's the standard iPad, or all the way up to the iPad Pro, you can get quite a bit done with one of Apple's tablets. And finding the right tools to help with that is important.
Samsung is reportedly looking to hire Apple's and AMD's former silicon engineers to help it create a custom CPU after shuttering its in-house semiconductor team recently.
Apple has a penchant for going to great lengths to protect its secrets, including concealing early Apple Watch prototypes in special cases resembling a bricked-phone design.