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.
We knew it was coming before it happened, thanks to plenty of rumors. But when Apple actually did it, people had some opinions. Now it has been several years since Apple launched the iPhone X and removed the 3.5mm headphone jack from the iPhone lineup. But is it time to bring it back?
The rumor mill has been issuing leaks regarding Sony's newest truly wireless earbuds. And now they are officially official. Sony has finally taken the wraps off the WF-1000XM4.
Apple’s AirPods Pro sent a shockwave through the earbud industry when they became some of the first wireless earbuds to support active noise cancellation. Fast-forward to today, and even Apple’s newer AirPods Max over-ear headphones support this feature along with transparency.
But Apple isn’t the only brand pumping out earbuds and headphones with active noise cancellation and features similar to that of the AirPods Pro and AirPods Max. Sadly, the company limits iOS’ native controls to the first party audio consumption devices — requiring the use of third party apps to control third party accessories (eww).
Back at the beginning of December, Apple launched its first own-branded over-ear headphones. And, as is sometimes the case, there was a discussion that launched right around the same time: are the new headphones worth the cost?
A new year, which means it's time for TV manufacturers to unveil new TVs. And Sony's not about to start disappointing you in 2021, as it unveils a handful of new smart sets.
It's been in the works for a while now, but the next big update for Apple's iOS 14 is finally here. Please welcome iOS 14.3 (and iPadOS 14.3).
For folks who use Sony's cameras, the company has just released an iOS app that's designed to help you make the most of your photos.
After bringing support for Apple's TV software to its X900H line of smart TVs, Sony has now begun rolling out support for the TV app to its other Android-powered television sets.
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.
Apple's augmented reality (AR) glasses are expected to arrive in 2021, and now Sony has been mentioned as a probably supplier of sophisticated OLED panels for the rumored accessory.