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Apple Confirms WWDC 2015 Keynote Will Be Streamed Live Fr...

Today, 01:15 AM

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Apple today updated the Apple TV to re-add the Events Channel, where the company plans to broadcast the Worldwide Developers Conference keynote on Monday, June 8. "Tune in at 10:00 AM (Local Time) on June 8 to watch this event live," reads the channel.

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Apple has not yet updated its Events website, but it's likely the company will provide a live stream of the keynote on the website for users who are using Macs and iOS devices. As always, MacRumors will also provide live coverage of the event both on MacRumors.com and through the MacRumorsLive Twitter account.

This year's WWDC keynote event promises to be an exciting one, with Apple expected to debut a new streaming music service, a revamped version of iTunes Radio, an updated Apple TV set-top box, and iOS 9 and OS X 11. New features and updates to Apple Pay and HomeKit may also be announced, but as we learned earlier today, the company's much-rumored subscription television service will not make an appearance.mf.gif


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Apple announces WWDC Keynote Live Stream for June 8th, up...

Today, 01:07 AM

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A week ahead of the Monday, June 8th Worldwide Developers Conference kickoff keynote, Apple has announced that it will be live streaming the event, which starts at 10 AM Pacific/ 1 PM Eastern Time. The company has updated its Apple Events application on the Apple TV to feature next week’s streaming video. Apple is yet to update its website, but the company will likely stream the keynote on its website for both Macs and iOS Devices running the Safari Web browser. While Apple will be live streaming the event, we’ll have live news and analysis over the course of the week-long conference, and especially before, during, and after the keynote presentation. At the conference, we expect Apple to introduce iOS 9, OS X 10.11, Apple Music, and new Apple TV hardware.

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Apple Expands 'Shot on iPhone 6' Gallery With New...

Today, 12:48 AM

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Apple today updated its "Shot on iPhone 6" microsite to include a new video section, entitled "World Gallery in motion." The new section more heavily emphasizes the video taking capabilities of the iPhone 6, with a tagline that reads "The camera that changed photos does the same for video."

The Shot on iPhone 6 site previously featured a few videos captured with the iPhone 6, but the newly introduced video-specific gallery includes a total of six videos that are new. The short 15-second videos, also available on YouTube, cover subjects ranging from birds, dogs, and bugs to landscapes. All are set to accompanying music and end with the text "Shot on iPhone 6."


Several of the videos, including the one featured above, show off video-specific iPhone 6 features like slo-mo and timelapse, while others simply depict scenes with impressive colors and clarity. Like Apple's "Shot on iPhone 6" photos, the videos were shot by iPhone 6 users rather than professional videographers. Photos on Apple's site include information on what filters were added, but these videos do not include details on software used for editing or changes made to coloration.


Apple first introduced its "Shot on iPhone 6" photo gallery and microsite in March, showing off a selection of photos taken by iPhone 6 users in a range of countries around the world. Apple's effort showcased the work of more than 70 photographers in 24 countries, with the photographs being used in print media, transit posters, and billboards across the world.mf.gif


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Apple expands Shot on iPhone campaign to highlight video...

Today, 12:27 AM

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Apple launched its Shot on iPhone 6 ad campaign earlier this year and has since expanded the campaign to buildings and skyscrapers around the world. The purpose of the campaign is to showcase the photography capabilities of the iPhone 6, notably excluding video content. Apple this evening, however, has further expanded its Shot on iPhone 6 campaign and launched a new microsite titled “World Gallery films” with 7 short videos shot with the iPhone 6. They are all embedded below:

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All of the films are 15 seconds in length and showcase a variety of capabilities that the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus feature when it comes to its recording capabilities. For instance, one video shows off the slow-motion feature of the device, while others show the superb macro recording of which the iPhone is capable.

All of the videos end with a simple “Shot on iPhone 6″ slide followed by a screen giving credit to the original reorder of the clip. Apple is featuring this new category of Shot on iPhone content directly on its homepage, as well.

With the still images showcased as part of the Shot on iPhone campaign, Apple noted that some of the pictures had been edited in Instagram, Snapped, and Adobe Photoshop Express. We assume the same disclaimer applies to these videos, although Apple makes no mention of the editing on the video-specific campaign page.

You can view all 7 of the short Shot on iPhone videos on Apple’s website here or via the embeds below:








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Exercise without your Apple Watch feeling the burn

Yesterday, 11:47 PM

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Apple Watch can track your workouts, from cycling to rowing to the elliptical at your local gym. Usually, you’ll have your Apple Watch with you, as the GPS and other tracking features need a paired iPhone to work at theirmf.gif


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Apple’s bold plan to convert casual music fans into strea...

Yesterday, 11:35 PM

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Imagine clicking iTunes’ “Buy” button to purchase the latest record from Drake or Pharrell Williams, only to get a popup from Apple suggesting you’re behind the times. That’s what might happen as Apple uses its massive consumer base to pushmf.gif


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Apple Web TV service won’t launch at WWDC

Yesterday, 10:26 PM

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TV executives are lining up for a chance to possibly ink a deal for Apple’s new streaming TV service, but if you were hoping to ditch cable right after WWDC, you’ll have to keep waiting. Apple’s new streaming TV servicemf.gif


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Apple Won't Debut Subscription Television Service at...

Yesterday, 09:51 PM

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Apple does not plan to announce its streaming television subscription service at the Worldwide Developers Conference next week, reports Re/code, citing sources with knowledge of Apple's plans. Apple has informed television network executives that launch will be postponed because the company has not yet signed the necessary deals.
Apple wanted to launch a subscription TV service in early fall to coincide with the start of the new broadcast television season. But the debut got bogged down by negotiations over financial terms and new technology that would be required for broadcasters to deliver local programming to Apple's Web TV service.
According to industry executives, the television service may not launch until late 2015 or early 2016, as "technology and money issues" continue to be sticking points that have prevented negotiations from being completed. Apple's desire to provide consumers with local broadcast stations has also reportedly slowed down negotiations as securing all the necessary deals to show local programs and commercials takes a lot of time.

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Rumors have suggested that Apple's streaming television service will feature approximately 25 channels priced at $30 to $40 per month. It would be available over the Internet and would not require a cable subscription package.

While Apple does not plan to debut its streaming television service at the Worldwide Developers Conference next week, it is rumored to be introducing a new Apple TV set-top box with a full App Store that includes apps and games. It's also expected to introduce a new streaming music service, a revamped version of iTunes Radio, and OS X 10.11 and iOS 9.mf.gif


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Web TV subscription service for Apple TV not expected to...

Yesterday, 09:40 PM

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Apple’s web TV-based subscription service for the new Apple TV is not expected to be introduced alongside the new set-top-top box next week, according to Re/code. This is not entirely surprising, as we reported in May:

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As expected, the new box will also integrate with Apple’s upcoming “Live TV” cable-replacement service, but it appears that the service will launch after the hardware. Current next-generation prototype Apple TVs are still loaded up with cable subscription-dependent apps, according to a source. Sources who have used internal next-generation Apple TV development units say that prototypes are about “twice as large” as the current Apple TV box, but the shipping product is expected to be slimmer than the current puck-like version. Internally, the new Apple TV hardware is said to be codenamed “J34,” and the operating system is known as “MonarchTide.”

It is unclear if this pause on the Web TV service rollout will effect the launch of the long-expected refreshed Apple TV hardware.

Early reports have said that the service will cost between $30-$40 per month and replace the traditional cable box with over 25 individual channels played through the new Apple TV. The service is still expected to launch between this fall and next year, according to today’s report, and CBS said it was in talks with Apple as of May to support the launch.

Even without the new subscription service, Apple could still have plenty to talk about regarding the Apple TV at WWDC. We’re expecting a redesigned box with Siri integration, an App Store for third-party developers to sell their own TVKit apps, and a redesigned remote control. Also on tap for WWDC: iOS 9, OS X 10.11, Apple Watch updates, and Apple Music.


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Chlorine leak at Apple data center injures 5 workers

Yesterday, 09:27 PM

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Data centers are not usually considered to be hazardous work environments, but Apple U.S. data centers have had a string of bad luck lately, and a new incident at the company’s center in North Carolina is adding to the fire.mf.gif


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