It appears that Apple may currently be in negotiations with several content providers for a new TV delivery service, one that would go around cable companies to provide content directly to customers. Negotiations with cable providers seem to be at a stand-still, Apple is looking at other avenues to expand its presence in the living room. Apple's new strategy would see content delivered from apps, according to Quartz : Apple is negotiating with production studios and networks to provide content for a television set that would emphasize apps over cable TV, according to people familiar with those discussions.
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Reports are coming in this morning that Apple has now opened up the iWork for iCloud beta to anyone with a registered Apple ID. This comes after the initial launch to registered developers only, and then a small number of selected non-developer accounts.
Apple has updated their website with a brand new section on eduction, greatly improving not only the design and usability, but the content as well. Here's the intro on Apple.com : We believe that technology has the power to transform the classroom. It can pave new ways of thinking
Continuing the recent shopping spree, Apple is now reported to have acquired another transit focused app, Embark. While the usual public statements apply, the transaction has reportedly been confirmed to former Wall St Journal writer, Jessica Lessin. She writes : We don’t know how much Apple paid for the several-person team it acquired very recently
Will you be using auto-updates on iOS 7? iOS 7 is bringing a ton of new features - see our complete iOS 7 preview - but one of the more controversial is automatic app updates in the App Store . The idea is simple enough.
The YouTube app for iOS makes it easy to watch videos right on your iPhone or iPad. You can even subscribe to the YouTube channels you view the most for quick access. Here's how: Launch the YouTube app from the Home screen of your iPhone or iPad.
App producer extraordinaire, David Barnard - you know him, most recently, from Launch Center Pro - is rebranding his company, App Cubby, into Contrast and teasing an all-new app, Perfect Weather , coming soon to iOS. One of App Cubby's most renowned apps, Gas Cubby, isn't making the transition. Instead, it's being taken over by Andy Robinowitz and Fuelly , and they have big plans to further its development in its brand new home.
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Facebook Pages Manager for iOS now lets you start new pages, edit cover photos, create events, and more
Facebook Pages Manager for both iPhone and iPad was just updated to version 2.1 and adds lots of new features as well as enhancements to current ones. New features include multiple photo upload in a single post, the ability to edit cover photos, start a new page, and manage page administrators