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Apple unveiled a new Apple TV model on Wednesday, with support for 1080p video and a new user interface, at a special event in San Francisco.
Foxconn is looking through you (or your next iPad), AT&T urges customers to run for their lives (from antiquated wireless networks), and Walter Isaacson says “you won’t see me” (revealing details of the next Apple TV).
This week saw numerous headlines in the world of Apple, including an announcement about a special event next week wherein the company just might announce a new version of iWeb. Or, more likely, a new iPad. We cover that story and more in this Seussified edition of the Weekly Wrap.
Look out: That app accessing your photos is coming from inside your pants. Elsewhere, there's conflicting stories on audio quality in iTunes, a new Italian Apple Store shrouded in secrecy, and spine-tingling Apple event rumors.
On Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook was interviewed on stage at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference. Macworld transcribed Cook's comments on a number of topics.
Apple is hosting a live performance by Paul McCartney on February 9 on iTunes and Apple TV. Could this be a harbinger of future live content from the company?
John Browett masqueraded as an ordinary salesman, The Daily reveals its subscriber numbers, and a former Apple product manager unveils the not-so-secret secrets of the iPhone's development.
Apple's "hobby" product, Apple TV, sold a record 1.4 million units in Apple's most recent financial quarter, according to CEO Tim Cook.
Roku on Wednesday announced that it would be compressing its traditional set-top software into a thumb drive-sized Streaming Stick, to be available in the second half of 2012.
2011 was a big year for digital entertainment. It brought us expanded content options for the Apple TV, the tenth anniversary of the iPod, iTunes Match, AirPlay to the masses, and more.
If your Apple TV has been displaying error messages instead of playing certain types of content recently, a software update released Thursday should provide some welcome relief.
Apple TVs running the latest software update now have an option to enable iTunes Match, but the feature still isn't live.
Ron Johnson rides off into the sunset, Hulu Plus probably won't be riding onto the Apple TV any time soon, and Pete Townshend rides an unsteady metaphor.