John Martellaro and Charlotte Henry join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Apple Store reopenings, and Apple airing Fraggle Rock on Apple TV+.
Wondering how to update apps on your Apple devices? It’s easy to do manually and there’s an option to do it automatically.
Tidal subscribers will soon be able to get Dolby Atmos Music on their Apple TV 4K. AppleInsider reported that the change is set to be included in a forthcoming update to the music and entertainment streaming service.
To get the update, users will need to have a Dolby Atmos-enabled devices to a compatible streaming player, have an active subscription to Tidal HiFi, and make sure their Tidal app is updated to the most recent version. The Apple TV 4K, which supports Dolby Atmos, should get the update soon as the service will be rolling out over the next few days. Other compatible devices include Amazon’s Fire TV Stick 4K, Fire TV Cube, Fire TV Stick (second generation), Fire TV (third generation), and Nvidia’s Shield TV and Shield TV Pro. The Tidal app is also available on Dolby Atmos-enabled Android TVs from Sony and Philips.
More and more Apple Stores are now open following their COVID-19 enforced closures and we will keep this list updated as it changes.
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Your iPhone has an option called Low Power Mode – it helps preserve battery life for as long as possible, and it is very easy to turn on.
An APFS bug was found in macOS Catalina 10.15.5 and it affects bootable backups created by software such as Carbon Copy Cloner.
Apple has acquired machine learning startup Inductiv, Inc to improve Siri, machine learning, and Apple’s data science endeavors.
Apple customers can now export Apple Card transactions as Quicken and QuickBooks formats. Here’s how to do this.
HBO stopped integration with Apple TV Channels for new customers after launching its HBO Max streaming service.
Apple appears to have won the race to air the latest Martin Scorsese movie on its streaming service – a major win for Apple TV+.
There are times when you’d like to see an iPhone’s display on a big screen, HD/UHD TV via an Apple TV. John shows how to do it.
Tim Cook has paid tribute to Larry Kramer, the legendary LGBTQ activist, author, and playwright, who he described as “an American original.”
Bryan Chaffin and Dave Hamilton join host Kelly Guimont to discuss the unexpected new quarantine episode of Mythic Quest on Apple TV+.
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An upcoming version of the Quibi app will include AirPlay support, signaling a rather significant shift for the streaming service.
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There is now a YouTube Kids app for Apple TV, the first time the service has had a specific app on the platform.
Lots of shows have done special ‘at home’ or quarantine episodes. Some have even found a way to carry on in our new work from home conditions. Lots of it has been watchable, but Fast Company’s Steve Berkowitz thinks that with its latest episode of Mythic Quest, Apple TV+ has the first great piece of quarantine TV.
The most remarkable thing about the episode is that it mostly feels like any other installment of the show. Cocreator and star Rob McElhenney spent a whole season with his creative team (Charlie Day, Megan Ganz, and David Hornsby) sketching out various dynamics—between the titular game’s creator, Ian (McElhenney), and its lead developer, Poppy (Charlotte Nicdao); between the put-upon cofounder, David (Hornsby), and the shameless CFO, Brad (Danny Pudi); and between lovestruck Rachel (Ashly Burch) and her fellow game tester, Dana (Imani Hakim)—not to mention a deep bench of side characters. The new episode nimbly toggles between all those plotlines in mini-vignettes that are so organic, the Zoom format feels almost incidental at times. (Except for a running bit about making spatial illusions in Zoom that culminates in a grand payoff.)
More information about Samsung Money, the South Korean firm’s attempt to rival Apple Card, was announced on Wednesday. The new debit card will link with the existing Samsung Pay app. The Verge has the details.
Originally announced earlier in May, today’s news offers more concrete information on what Samsung Money will actually offer — specifically, a cash management account and a Samsung Money debit card (a Mastercard issued by The Bancorp Bank). Samsung is promising that Samsung Money will feature no account fees (although the fine print reserves the right to change that in the future) and “higher interest” compared to the national average (although Samsung doesn’t go into specifics). A key part of the Samsung Money program is the Samsung Pay app integration: customers will be able to easily apply for the card directly from the app and start using it through Samsung Pay on their phones once approved, before the physical card even arrives. Furthermore, you’ll be able to use the Samsung Pay app to check your balance, review past purchases, freeze your card, and flag fraudulent purchases.