Last month rumors began swirling that Apple and LG were going to release an Apple 55-inch OLED display capable of streaming music, movies and TV shows. LG reported in July that such a device would be released sometime in 2012.
Today, however, reports are in that if the rumored device does come to market, it will not use OLED after all.
Jailbreakers, we have some good news for you if you were bummed by the earlier iBooks announcement. It's the iPhone Dev-Team to the rescue for you, as the latest update to their PwnageTool is now available for your downloading dispersal. The update brings untethered jailbreaking for devices that are running iOS 4.2.1 and also fixed the iBooks issue discovered earlier which could prevent a user from opening up an iBookstore purchase on their device.
If you've spent the last few weeks soaking your pillow to the core with tears shed over not being able to rent episodes of The Vampire Diaries and Smallville for 99 cents on Apple's recently revealed Apple TV refresh, we've got some news for you. Despite what you're feeling right now, Warner Brothers still loves you, just not enough to forgo the boatloads of cash they make off of iTunes episode sales.
It looks like some companies may be looking to horn in on Apple's "hobby."
According to a report filed by The Street, Samsung may soon be cramming their televisions chock full of Android. According to the report, Samsung is set to include the OS in their television sets to provide a web and application enabled television experience much like that being offered by other companies such as Sony and LG.
During yesterday's music event keynote, Steve Jobs mentioned that one of the reasons for the outrageous success of the iPod and the rest of Apple's products is that the company was never satisfied with simply resting on their laurels. Putting their money where Jobs' mouth is, it would appear that Apple's engineers are once again pushing the company's game forward by filing a number of patent applications that allow over-the-air syncing.
If your Internet connection is too slow for watching movies as they download to your AppleTV, you may want to try downloading the movie before watching. You may also want to begin the download when you’re away from home. With the right preparations, you can login to your Mac remotely and begin the download so it’s ready by the time you get home.