After months of uncertainty over when it would finally drop, British broadcaster Channel 4 on Monday officially brought its All 4 on-demand service to Apple TV in the form of a dedicated tvOS app.
Channel 4 is the last of the major terrestrial British broadcasters – BBC, ITV, and Channel 5 – to release dedicated apps for Apple TV. Prior to Monday’s release, the only way TV viewers in the U.K. could watch the channel on Apple TV was by using the All 4 app on iPhone or iPad and streaming the feed over AirPlay.
Thankfully, that’s no longer the case, as the All 4 app for Apple TV includes all the free box sets and on-demand catch-up services viewers have [...]
myCharge, known for its range of external battery packs for charging Macs and iOS devices, is introducing a new 20,000 mAh myCharge All Powerful battery pack, which is capable of charging a wide range of Apple products.
The All Powerful isn’t as portable as the average battery pack, but it features a USB-A port, a USB-C port, and an AC outlet, which means it can power just about anything. It even comes equipped with Qi-based wireless charging to charge the iPhone X, 8, and iPhone 8 Plus cord-free.
According to myCharge, the 65-watt AC outlet built into the All Powerful can run a 32-inch TV, power most laptops, or operate a camping fan or light. The USB-A and [...]
Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller recently sat down with Dutch website Bright.nl, where he covered topics like Face ID and augmented reality, which he’s discussed several times in interviews over the past few months.
According to Schiller, one of Apple’s goals with Face ID is to make security easy enough „that we all want to do it.“ Apple believes its implementation of Face ID is superior to the facial recognition techniques available in Android phones, which Schiller says „all stink.“
„They don’t work in all the ways we need Face ID to work. We’re very aware that through the years the simple thing, [...]
Amazon appears to be readying a cheaper version of its popular Echo Dot speaker, if a tweet that showed up briefly on the company’s Twitter account this morning is anything to go by.
The voice-controlled smart speaker that houses Amazon’s personal assistant Alexa was announced back in March, costing $89.99, and is a smaller, palm-sized expansion to the company’s flagship Echo product that lets users expand the capabilities of the latter device to different rooms of their house.
Now it seems Amazon is almost set to offer a cheaper „all-new“ version of the Dot at $49.99. The tweet, which was quickly deleted from the [...]