Just in time for “Ted Lasso” Season 2, Apple is now offering both new and existing Apple TV+ subscribers who own a PlayStation 5 six months of Apple TV+ at no charge.
The iOS 14.3 software update that Apple started testing with developers yesterday expands on existing third-party controller support with two new choices: Sony's latest PlayStation DualSense Wireless Controller that ships with their new PlayStation 5 console and Amazon's Luna controller, pictured above, which was designed for their own Amazon's gaming service.
As promised, Sony's next-generation PlayStation 5 launches today and with it comes Apple's TV app, bringing the world of Hollywood entertainment and Apple Originals to the gaming console. The app is also available on the PlayStation 4 in the PlayStation Store.
According to Sony itself, Apple's TV app will be launching on both the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 5 on November 12, the same day the company's eagerly-awaited new PlayStation 5 console is scheduled to go on sale.
Earlier this week, Microsoft released a new feature for the beta version of its Xbox app for Android devices. And the headline feature is probably coming to iOS, too.
Apple yesterday released the tvOS 14 software update that brings new capabilities and feature enhancements to the company’s Apple TV HD and Apple TV 4K digital media players. Some of the big ones you’ve already heard about, such as an expanded Picture in Picture feature and multiuser support for Apple Arcade. With the media's attention focused on the headline-grabbing improvements in iOS 14, we thought you might also want to learn about everything new in tvOS 14 so here it goes...
Seven years after debuting the fourth-generation PlayStation gaming console, Japanese consumer electronics giant Sony will unleash the new PlayStation 5 in the fourth quarter of 2020. Yesterday, it shared the first hardware reveal trailer for the eagerly awaited console.
Sony's next PlayStation console is coming in the fourth quarter of 2020. As impressive as the beastly hardware specifications released in October 2019 are, they don't paint the full picture of what avid gamers can expect in their next-generation consoles, but this remarkable real-time demo of Epic Games' Unreal Engine 5 running live on a PlayStation 5 console surely does.
Apple has ramped up its gaming chops by announcing at its annual developers conference in the summer that iOS 13, iPadOS, tvOS 13 and MacOS Catalina 10.15 software updates bring support for the wireless Xbox and PlayStation game controllers, namely Sony's DualShock 4 controller and Microsoft's Xbox Wireless Controller with Bluetooth. In this tutorial, we'll show you how to pair your Xbox or PlayStation controller and use it to play games on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV and Mac, navigate the user interface on your Apple TV and more.
Sony has finally released its long-awaited iPhone and iPad app which lets gamers use iOS touch controls to navigate the PlayStation 4 interface and play their favorite console titles.
If you're a subscriber to Sony's PlayStation Vue over-the-top (OTT) service, we've got some great news for you. The internet television service now supports Apple's TV app, according to MacRumors.
2016 will unquestionably be remembered as the year Virtual Reality made a meaningful entrance to the tech world. Granted, there were murmurings and early adaptations long before, but with the staggered release of Oculus Rift in March, the HTC Vive in April, or the new Samsung Gear VR in August, Virtual Reality (of varying degrees) appears to have accomplished the shift from nascent tech-demo material to becoming a more legitimate contender for a share of your wallet.
On October 13, Playstation joined the fray, releasing the arguably most consistent and yet affordable VR experience with Playstation VR. If early numbers and reviews are anything to go by, this could be the product to help the technology cross the consumer chasm once and for all and attract mainstream interest.