It’s good news that a new third-party remote has been developed to replace the Apple TV remote. But it won’t be offered to existing customers.
With the release of the “Apple One” bundle, Apple has bundled all its services in one subscription package. Is it a good deal? Let’s find out!
Can you reasonably give up Amazon and Google for Apple HomeKit? Let’s take a look at some of the best Apple HomeKit gadgets in the market.
For Mac users who wish to connect to a larger screen, it’s not as straightforward as it should be. Learn how you can wirelessly stream your Mac to a TV.
The Apple TV remote is small and easy to get lost. If you have lost your Apple TV remote, here are a few ways to conect to your TV and remotely control it.
Apple did not do a great job of making the various Apple TVs visually distinct from one another. Here are some ways to easily identify your Apple TV model.
Apple’s AirPlay doesn’t support Android natively, but there is a workaround. Here is how you can use AirPlay to stream from Android to Apple TV.
In addition to Apple TV+ news, at the Apple 2019 event on Monday we heard about three other services: Apple News+, Apple Arcade, and Apple Card.
The Apple TV ships with plenty of beautiful screen savers of the wonders of the world. Learn how you can get Apple TV screen savers on your Mac or Windows PC.
Netflix is making changes to its API program and is shutting down access for new apps. How will that affect you? Let’s find out.
One of the functions that seems to be missing from the Apple TV is the ability to see your browser on your TV. Sometimes it’s nice to have that information on the big screen so that everyone in the room can see it. Also great would be the ability to see maps, Facebook photos, and documents.
As much as I enjoyed my Roku streaming media player, I’m an Apple user and always have been. I still craved the Apple TV. Everything on the Roku was great, but I really wanted to be able to utilize iTunes, something that isn’t available on the Roku. Once we finally upgraded to an HDTV, I […]
I’ve been using Apple computers since 1989 and have been buying them since 1993. I have not have just Macs in my home, but an iPhone and iPad as well. Yet, when it came to buying a product to connect the Internet to my TV, I chose a Roku instead of Apple TV. I’m still […]