According to Twitter user ShrimpApplePro, who properly disclosed the iPhone 14 Pro’s Dynamic Island hardware design and the device’s package, Apple intends to make its TV software available for Android smartphones. Although they did not give a precise date, the leaker believes Apple is testing the app internally and intends to release it soon.
Instead of having to rely on the web version of tv.apple.com, Android smartphone users would have a more practical way to access the Apple TV+ streaming service with the Apple TV app. The app is presently only available on streaming devices running the Android TV operating system in the Android ecosystem, such as the Chromecast with Google TV.
The PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, Roku and Amazon Fire TV streaming sticks, Roku TVs, and several smart TVs from LG, Samsung, Sony, and Vizio are other non-Apple devices that support the Apple TV app. You may purchase or rent TV series and movies from the iTunes Store using the app, stream Apple TV+, and utilize it for other things.
The Apple TV app’s accessibility on Android smartphones may increase Apple TV+ viewers and enhance income from Apple’s services.
These 12 new features are added to your iPhone with iOS 16.2
After two months of beta testing, iOS 16.2 is finally available for iPhone 8 and subsequent models. The software update for the iPhone adds more than a dozen new features and improvements, including last-minute additions like Apple Music Sing and Advanced Data Protection.
Gurman: ‘M2 Extreme’ Chip Likely Canceled, but All-New Mac Pro Still in Testing
Apple is still testing a whole new Mac Pro with an M2 Ultra chip, but Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman speculates that the company has given up on plans to produce a higher-end version with a “M2 Extreme” chip. For more videos, visit the MacRumors YouTube channel. Gurman announced the release of the Mac Pro with the M2 Ultra chip in his most recent newsletter today.
Gurman: iMac with M3 chip could debut later in the year and new MacBook Pro models will debut in early 2023.
Apple intends to introduce new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models with M2 Pro and M2 Max processor options “early next year,” according to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg. The laptops were initially scheduled to be on sale this year, but there were reportedly internal difficulties. The new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models won’t undergo any significant modifications aside from enhanced chip options that could be speedier.
Will a new iMac Pro actually be released?
Will there ever be another iMac Pro after the release of the Mac Studio and Studio Display in Apple’s product portfolio, and with conflicting indications of a larger Apple silicon iMac on its product roadmap? This week marks the fifth anniversary of Apple releasing the iMac Pro, which was billed as “the most powerful Mac ever made” at the time. Apple declared that it would stop making the iMac Pro in March 2021.
Everything We Know About the Features and Release Date of the AirPods Max 2
Today marks the two-year anniversary of the release of Apple’s AirPods Max, but there haven’t been many reports about a follow-up. What might we anticipate from the AirPods Max 2? The second-generation AirPods Pro included a number of technology advancements, and two years ago today, the AirPods Max finally started shipping to customers after months of rumors. However, the product is now beginning to seem dated.
The ‘Trashcan’ Mac Pro: Looking Back Nine Years Later at One of Apple’s Most Controversial Designs
Today marks the ninth anniversary of Apple’s release of the contentious “trashcan” Mac Pro, which introduced one of the company’s most ridiculed designs and endured during a period of widespread dissatisfaction with the Mac range. The polished metal cylinder that became known as the “trashcan” served as the design’s driving force and completely changed the Mac Pro. The parts of the Mac Pro were all.