Looking for something to fill all that free time that the Olympics has left you? Tune in to the iTunes Festival 2012 on your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV or iTunes account.
Apple have recently updated the App with the complete lineup, there are some huge names including; One Direction, Norah Jones, Ed Sheeran, Usher and plenty more.
The Festival runs for the entire month of September.
The complete line-up can be viewed here. There are still some supporting acts to be named but all of the headline acts are finalised.
You can watch this amazing music festival on your computer though iTunes or on the go with an iPad or iPhone. Another great way to view these big acts is via Apple TV, either straight from the main page or through Airplay.
If your in London, the tickets are free! You just need to register online and hope you get balloted some tickets.
This festival is massive and is basically Apple saying thankyou to all their loyal customers and fans, there is no Android App. You must be able to access iTunes or an Apple device to view the shows.
This is the third year the festival has been running, check it all out on the free App available on iTunes.…Read More
Apple today released a software update for the second-generation Apple TV, bringing the set-top box to version 4.4.4. The update arrives as Build 9A406a, but it is not yet clear what improvements are included in the release.
Apple TV software 4.4.3 was released last month and added support for Netflix streaming in Mexico and an audio output issue when the connected television set is turned off.
Curiously, Apple also appears to have released a slightly tweaked version of iOS 5.0.1 for the iPhone 4S [Apple Releases Apple TV Software Version 4.4.4, Tweaks iOS 5.0.1 for iPhone 4S – Mac Rumors.…Read More
I am not sure I have been this excited about a beta in some time. Normally they come and go and eventually you get your GM release. But this one had me at hello.
iOS 5.1 beta 2 is available for developers now and with it comes the ability to delete/remove individual photos from iCloud’s Photo Stream, something that I, and many others, feel should have been there from day one.
The update is available for all the usual suspects, iPhone (4, 4S and 3GS), iPad (1 and 2), iPod touch (3rd and 4th gen) and also the Apple TV 2. Keep reading for more or head over to the developer site to download.…Read More
I hope your broadband data cap is in good standing, because it won’t be by the end of the day! As well as the long-awaited iOS 5, Apple have released a barrage of updates for both Mac and iOS apps as well as launched some brand new ones. Keep reading for a summary of what’s new.…Read More
Finally the day has come… iOS 5 is available for the general population to download. The update is available now via iTunes for iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPod touch 3rd and 4th gen, iPad, iPad 2, and Apple TV 2.
There’s a whole raft of new features (over 200 of them), too many for us to go through, but below is a list of the main ones (via Apple). We thought we’d leave it up to you guys to tell us what you think, what you’ve found, what you like and what you dislike. So hit the comments below and let us know what you think of the new features and what’s your favourite.…Read More
Go get it devs! (and probably a lot of non-devs)…. Apple has just released iOS 5 beta 7, iTunes 10.5 beta 7, Apple TV Software beta 6 and Xcode 4.2 Developer Preview 7.
You can download iOS 5 beta 7 for all the usual suspects (iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad, iPad 2 or iPod touch 4th and 3rd gen) as an OTA delta update (70.9MB) or via the developer centre.
If you find anything new let us know in the comments below.…Read More
An Apple TV update is available this morning (iOS 4.3) that adds Vimeo support. The same update also adds the ability to buy and stream TV show episodes, but this feature is only available in the US. Still not got an Apple TV? The Apple Store NZ have refurbs for $145 again: get one. Enjoy!…Read More