31 October 2015 161By Serenity CaldwellThe new Apple TV is pretty stellar. Mostly. Unfortunately, I've also had some time to bump up against some of tvOS's rougher 1.0 edges. These aren't deal-breakers for me, but in the interest of making the couch-potato evenings of myself and many other new Apple TV owners just a bit better, here are some things I wouldn't mind seeing improved upon in subsequent updates.
31 October 2015 16By Rich StevensHappy Saturday, iMore! Because Rich is awesome, he's letting us run some of his Mac-themed comics from the Diesel Sweeties archive on weekends. Bonus comics, woo! We hope you enjoy.
31 October 2015By Michelle HaagIt's October and that means it's time to dust off the cauldrons, scare up some ghosts, and start planning your costume for the 5th annual Mobile Nations No Tricks Just Treats Halloween Photo Contest!
30 October 2015 29By Serenity CaldwellThe fourth-generation Apple TV is here. It brings Siri, third-party apps and game controllers, a new Home screen, Apple Music, and so much more to your television. Here's everything you need to know to get started.
30 October 2015 7By Rene RitchieSince the new Apple TV is meant for rooms—family rooms, classrooms, meeting rooms—it needs to support more than one person. That means it needs to support more than one Apple ID (iTunes/App Store account) at a time. And it does! It may not be as smooth or as powerful as multiuser on the Mac, but it's more than we've had on any iPhone or iPad to date. Here's how it works!
30 October 2015 45By Rene RitchieHere's a very quick look at every Apple TV app available on launch day. Since there aren't any categories or top lists yet, the only way you can find every app is by searching... which takes a while. So... we did it for you!
30 October 2015 10By Rene RitchieSlide over is part of the new multi-app multitasking features for iPad in iOS 9. With slide over you can briefly access a secondary app to jot down a few notes, reply to a few messages, or check a few references, all without having to switch away from what you're doing in your primary app.
30 October 2015 8By Serenity CaldwellWhether you want to preserve a picture of your epic battlefield results or want to build an app walkthrough for your mother, the fourth-generation Apple TV has you covered: You can create both screenshots and video recordings using the set top box, a USB-C to USB cable, and your computer.
29 October 2015 2By Serenity CaldwellGet ready to play some games on your Apple TV by adding a third-party controller. Here's how to do so (and some suggestions for troubleshooting if anything goes wrong).