The first wave of Apple TV+ subscriptions come up for renewal in early November. Apple is taking steps to make sure those subscriptions get converted from free to paid. John makes a list.
A reliable predictor of Apple goings on, Jon Prosser, has given us some important Apple dates to ponder.
Automation and increasing abstraction are what computers are all about. But when does it get creepy and out of control?
On August 4, Apple announced a new iMac and a minor update to the iMac Pro. Only the new iMac is fabulous.
Unlike Roku and Amazon, Apple has immediately welcomed HBO Max and Peacock to its own streaming TV systems, tvOS and iOS. Apple’s TV strategy is interesting.
John has mixed feelings about this new TV streaming service in his NBC Peacock review.
Tests prove that Safari outperforms Google Chrome on a Mac. Because of that and the extra privacy, Charlotte is going to give it another try.
Tom Hanks explained the concept behind his film Greyhound, but critics still didn’t get it. John offers his review.
Apple Services will never overtake selling iPhones in terms of importance to the firm, but they are no longer vanity projects either.
We’ve been hearing the rumors for years. Now we know why and when Apple made the decision to move Macs to Apple Silicon.
On June 29, 2007, the first iPhone went on sale. Amidst the huge advances, today’s version remains recognizably, reassuringly, similar.
MacOS, iPadOS and iOS are becoming evermore similar. Apple should fully embrace this, and create an all-encompassing AppleOS.
The Android-like features in iOS 14 surely have the pundits talking. Jeff Butts tells us this isn’t bad, just a sign that times have changed.
Currently, the only way to get NBCUniversal’s Peacock Streaming Service is with with Xfinity Flex and X1 box. But that will change later this year.
Andrew uses shortcuts every day to complete tasks and they make his life easier. He has some improvements to Shortcuts in mind for iOS 14.
Apple TV+ finally looks to be getting ready to launch its move into live sports, but it has been a bit slow off the mark.
Apple is hunting for an exec to lead its moves original podcasts, but should it being doing this, and what benefit does doing so bring?
Established streaming TV services have strong video libraries and relationships, experience and bargaining power. They can ramp up when needed. Apple TV+ doesn’t enjoy that kind of leverage.
Having multiple products with basically the same name, along with a messy UI, is holding back the Apple TV+ streaming service.