Next week, Valve is launching a „Steam Link“ app for iOS and tvOS, allowing users in the Apple ecosystem to play Steam games streamed from a host Mac/PC (using either a 5GHz network or a wired Ethernet connection) onto an iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV. In advance of the app’s launch, our sister site TouchArcade got the chance to go hands-on with Steam Link and came away entirely impressed by the quality of gaming that can come out of Valve’s app.
TouchArcade reports that Steam Link works so well that it „feels like there’s some kind of actual wizardry powering it all,“ and once it’s set up (a „simple“ process) the app [...]
Last month, Apple sued French tax activist group „Attac“ for occupying its flagship Parisian store during a protest of what Attac called „wide-scale tax evasion.“ Today, Apple has asked the court in Paris to ban the group from its French stores and prevent any further stunts from happening.
In response to the court filing, Attac today mobilized in front of the court in further protest, sporting a Star Wars theme that equates Apple to The Empire and Tim Cook to Emperor Palpatine (via The Guardian and MacGeneration).
Image via @attac_fr The court will rule later in February on the case, and Apple is said to hope for a full ban to prevent any [...]
Apple this morning launched a new Sports section in its TV app, which appears to be available on devices running iOS 11.2 and tvOS 11.2. Sports can be accessed through the new dedicated Sports tab at the bottom of the app, located next to the „Watch Now“ button.
First announced in September, the TV app’s Sports section is designed to allow users to watch live sports games through integration with ESPN. Right now, ESPN appears to be the only app offering content through the TV app’s Sports category, but additional Sports-oriented apps could offer support in the future.
Right now, since it’s basketball season and there are several [...]
Apple’s online store has gone down ahead of its first-ever event at Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California later today.
Apple will provide a live stream of the event on Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV starting at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time.
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At the event, Apple is widely expected to announce the „iPhone X“ with an OLED display, wireless charging, and facial recognition. It is rumored the company will also unveil a new Apple TV with support for 4K video playback, and new Apple Watch Series 3 [...]