Month: March 2019

Here are the best ways to stream local TV to your Apple TV or iPhone from an antenna

If you’re a cable-cutter who’s somehow missing broadcast TV, you can still get over-the-air channels without springing for Sling, PlayStation Vue, or YouTube TV — you just need an HD… Read more »

Apple’s latest Tesla hire may point to powertrain for full-scale ‘Apple Car’

Signaling that it’s continuing work on a full-fledged electric car, or at least a platform, Apple has reportedly hired Tesla’s engineering VP in charge of powertrains Michael Schwekutsch. AppleInsider –… Read more »

Facebook says it’s ‘exploring’ putting restrictions on the ability for users to broadcast live

In a blog post this morning, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg says that Facebook is exploring ways to restrict who can go “Live” on the platform. This comes after two mass… Read more »

Apple engineer who led development of A7 through A12X chip cores departs company

A key Apple engineer responsible for leading development teams working on proprietary processor core designs has left the company after nine years of service, according to a report on Friday…. Read more »

Apple Card: no multi-user support, no penalty rates, foreign transactions, more

While Apple News+ and Apple TV+ were the focus of Monday’s "It’s show time" event, Apple’s first foray into the credit industry — Apple Card — arguably stole the show…. Read more »

AT&T’s Randall Stephenson discusses HBO’s deal w/ Apple, claims HBO gets viewer data in return

Apple on Monday announced its all-new TV app for Apple TV, including the new “Channels” feature for subscribing to third-party services through the TV app. Apple touts that the TV… Read more »

PSA: Many users reporting issues signing into Google accounts through Mail on macOS 10.14.4

Apple yesterday released macOS 10.14.4 to the public with features such as automatic Dark Mode in Safari, Apple News+, and more. On the other hand, the update also seems to… Read more »