More alleged leaks pertaining to the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus have appeared, and Apple seems poised to continue its tradition of "same on the outside, different on the inside" with the next Apple Watch. Also, Apple apparently removes a beloved feature from iOS with the launch of Apple Music.
The dust has settled at Moscone West and the WWDC 2011 keynote is now only a memory. Apple CEO Steve Jobs and friends covered a lot of ground in only two hours, but like many keynotes before it, some of the more interesting possibilities are the ones that didn’t get talked about.
Home Sharing is finally on your iOS devices with the release of iOS 4.3. What's that mean? You can finally listen to all of the music and watch all the videos on all of your iOS devices and Macs. That means you too Apple TV with your photo sharing.
Before you get all giddy with streaming excitement, you're going to need to set all of this Home Sharing up. We've got you covered.
It’s the bane of every serious music fan: the iTunes library. Even with Home Sharing, keeping your jams flowing smoothly between different computers with different iTunes accounts requires a lot of fiddling. So the easiest solution is to purchase an AirPort Extreme and a NAS (short for “network attached storage”) drive, keep your library on the NAS, and use MediaRover to make sure all your computers use that one central library. Here’s how…