Apple is expected to launch its next-generation set-top box next week, and we’re getting a good idea exactly what to expect.
A new report from the usually accurate Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac says the new Apple TV will focus on two major areas: gaming and Siri incorporation.
With its new Apple TV, the company will “actively compete” with gaming consoles from the likes of Microsoft and Sony, the report says.
iDrive promises unlimited cloud-based phone backups for $5 per year
As phone and SD card storage space continues to expand, the limited (cost-effective) options to backup your device remain few and far between (Apple I’m looking at you, 128 GB iPhone 6 and 10 gb free iCloud, yea no thanks).
iDrive’s newly launched service looks to alleviate that concern.
While I haven’t yet tried out the service (at the time of writing), iDrive’s website say’s
Backup your device contacts, photos, videos, calendar events on iOS, in addition, you can backup SMS, call logs and apps, on android – in a single touch!
And to top it off, it’s cross-platform, so it should get easier to sync contacts if you carry and Apple and an Android device like me. Needless to say, this is on my list of to-do things.
Check it out here
Photo: (Flickr/Jan-Willem Reusink)
The iPhone 7 rumors have already started and some of them stem from features introduced for the first time in the Apple Watch. The iPhone 7 is expected to come out either in the spring or fall next year.
Stuff.TV notes that a number of technological aspects of the Apple Watch could benefit an iPhone.