Apple Hired OLED TV Expert from LG

6:50 PM, Feb. 8th, 2013 · · Apple TV

Apple TV?

Apple has hired an OLED TV expert from LG, according to a report from the OLED Association. The news is fueling fresh speculation about Apple's intentions to enter the TV market.

First iOS 6.1.1 Beta Does Not Patch evasi0n Jailbreak Exploits

11:31 AM, Feb. 7th, 2013 · · Apple TV

evasi0n jailbreak iOS 6.1.1

The first beta build of iOS 6.1.1, released by Apple to developers Wednesday, surprisingly does not patch any of the exploits in iOS 6.1 that are required for the evasi0n jailbreak, according to a member of the jailbreak’s development team, although evasi0n users are still discouraged from updating until the team has a chance to see the final 6.1.1 build.

iOS 6.1 Jailbreak “evasi0n” Set for Release Today

5:51 AM, Feb. 4th, 2013 · · Apple TV

iOS 6.1 Jailbreak

The much-anticipated iOS 6.1 jailbreak is set for release today (Monday), according to a tweet from a member of the development team. The jailbreak will support every iDevice that can run iOS 6.1 with the lone exception of the third-generation Apple TV.

New Smaller Apple TV On The Way With Faster A5X SoC

7:21 PM, Jan. 29th, 2013 · · Apple TV

New A5X Apple TV

The mysterious "AppleTV3,2" firmware released Monday belongs to a new version of the Apple TV. FCC documents and firmware code show that the upcoming device will sport a faster A5X processor and a new Broadcom wireless chip. The device will also be about 4 millimeters smaller on length and width.

Upcoming iOS 6.1 Jailbreak to Support Nearly All Devices

2:22 PM, Jan. 28th, 2013 · · Apple TV

iOS 6.1 Jailbreak

Users eager to upgrade to iOS 6.1 will not have long to wait for the untethered jailbreak. Jailbreak team evad3rs has reported that the upcoming jailbreak, likely to be released February 3, will support nearly all iOS 6.1 compatible devices except for the Apple TV.

Apple TV Hobby Jumps 60% to 2 Million Units

8:19 PM, Jan. 23rd, 2013 · · Apple TV

Apple TV

Apple's hobby is getting more serious, as the company reported on Friday that it sold 2 million units during the December quarter, an increase of 60 percent year-over-year. For those keeping score at home, Apple's hobby has officially crossed the half a billion dollar-per-year mark, making it the kind of hobby that most companies would kill for.