New Apple TV Beta Adds Family Sharing

Apple TV Beta

Apple has released a new version of its Apple TV beta software, and the new version adds in some new features, one of those is the iCloud Family sharing.

Apple announced iCloud Family Sharing back at WWDC, the feature will allow up to six people in the same family to share content from iTunes.

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Banned Apple Beats Headphones Being Worn By World Cup Stars

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FIFA has banned all of the players in the 2014 World Cup of wearing any headphones to official engagements and matches, apart from Sony headphones, but all the players appear to be wearing Apple Beats headphones.

Beats Audio, which is in the process of being purchased by Apple in a deal worth $3 billion, have had clever marketing strategies in the past, and it appears that they are being noticed at the World Cup.

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iPhone 6 Compared To Galaxy Note 3 (Video)

iPhone 6

We have seen various photos and videos if the new iPhone 6 featuring mockups of the device based on the leaked schematics, and now we a video comparing the iPhone 6 to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and a range of other devices like the LG G3.

The iPhone 6 handsets in the video are mockups and not the actual device, but they give us an idea of how the size of these two new iPhones will compare to other smartphones on the market.

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Apple Settles e-Book Antitrust Case For $800 Million

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Apple has apparently reached a settlement on the e-books antitrust case that has been in the news recently. The company will apparently settle the case for more than $800 million.

The damages lawsuit against Apple was scheduled to begin on the 14th of July, but Apple has now agreed to settle the case, which will avoid the company going to court.

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iPad Air 2 Design Leaked By Dummy Unit

iPad Air 2

We know that Apple is working on a new version of their iPad Air tablet, the iPad Air 2, and now we have some photos of a dummy unit of Apple’s latest tablet.

The dummy unit is said to be the same design as the new iPad Air 2, including a fingerprint sensor, which is expected to be included in Apple’s new iPads and also the iPhone 6.

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iPhone 6 May Feature Quad HD Display (Rumor)

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There have been various rumors about the iPhone 6 over the last few weeks, and we previously heard that the handset will come with a Retina Display with a resolution of 1704 x 960 pixels, this was previously reported to be the resolution for both the 5.5 inch and 4.7 inch models of the new iPhone.

According to a recent report, the iPhone 6 may come with a QHD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, although we are not sure how correct this information is, as this is the first time we have heard about a QHD display on the new iPhone.

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Apple Removing Fake Reviews From App Store

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Reviews on Apple’s app store are important for people looking to buy a new app, one of the first things I look at when I am buying a new app is the user reviews.

Unfortunately there are a number of fake reviews on the Apple app store on various apps, this can lead people to buy an app that might not suit their needs, and now it would appear Apple is taking some action against fake app store reviews.

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Apple recalls millions of iPhone chargers in 37 countries

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Friday Apple announced a new program that allows millions of iPhone users in 37 different countries to swap out their iPhone chargers, which may be faulty. Appleā€™s website says that the company has determined that one of its iPhone charger models could potentially overheat and that of course poses a safety risk.

The company says overheating only occurs in rare cases, but I guess they figure that playing it safe is the best way to go. Especially since it affects so many users in so many countries. If users really started having problems in huge numbers, things would get very bad for Apple very fast. So they are offering users the opportunity to swap affected chargers for newer, safer models.
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