“See,” an Apple TV+ science fiction show that takes place in the distant future, will start streaming its second season on August 27. Here’s Apple's look at the upcoming journey.
Apple has shared a new “Today at Apple” video session which teaches you tips and tricks for how to take portrait photos with iPhone and master portraiture photography.
Apple just released the first official trailer for the inaugural season of “Foundation,” an upcoming sci-fi series based on the novels written by legendary author Isaac Asimov.
When watching a video on the YouTube website or the official YouTube mobile app, users have the option to adjust the video’s playback speed to their satisfaction.
Options exist for both slowing the playback down and speeding the playback up, however the choices in either direction are somewhat limited out of the box.
Apple on its official YouTube channel released a mini-game show, dubbed “Play, Pause, Delete”, with the first six-minute episode featuring rapper Coi Leray aka Big Trend Setter.
Google is putting chapter markers (determined by video timestamps) on YouTube's search results page to make it easier for users to jump straight to a specific point in the video.
HBO Max's Apple TV app leaves a lot to be desired, but WarnerMedia is keen on changing this by providing modern underpinnings that will power visual changes and future new features.
Google recently updated its mobile YouTube app for iOS and Android with a handy looping option. You can now set a video on repeat, which wasn't previously possible in the mobile app.
Disney+ subscriber count continues rising as the entertainment conglomerate added an impressive 16 million subscribers in the June quarter for a total of 116 million paying customers.
Apple has teamed up with the popular American singer and songwriter Billie Eilish on a new short film promoting the company's new Apple Music spatial audio feature.
You can now use the new IMDb TV apps for iPhone and Android to enjoy the Amazon-owned, free, ad-supported IMDb TV service outside IMDb's standard app.
A new teaser video from Apple gives us a glimpse into the upcoming new dark comedy series, dubbed “Mr. Corman”, scheduled to premiere this Friday on Apple TV+.