Recently, the AppleInsider YouTube channel has surpassed yet another milestone — 500,000 subscribers. But we aren't stopping there. The next step for AppleInsider's video efforts is a new dedicated shooting studio.
Google's YouTube unit appears to be restricting picture-in-picture video viewing on Apple's iOS 14 to subscribers of its Premium subscription service, while promised 4K resolution in tvOS 14 is a no-show.
A list of keywords associated with Apple's YouTube stream for its September 15 event suggests it won't involve the launch of a new iPhone at all, but does seemingly confirm the arrival of new products including the "Apple Watch Series 6."
As users report being unable to access DRM-protected YouTube content on their third generation Apple TV, HBO has officially announced that it is abandoning early Apple TV models too. But, you can still stream the content to the set-top with an iPhone and AirPlay.
Stop us if you've heard this before — a YouTuber has taken a brand-new 2020 iPad Pro and destroyed it with his bare hands. He wasn't stir-crazy from a coronavirus lockdown or performing some kind of commercial protest, he is just a vandal with a big bank account — and a mission.
Apple's latest ad spot for the AirPods Pro centers around its Active Noise Cancellation and Transparency features, showing a person navigating through a busy city and using the audio accessories to shift into a quieter music-filled version of the same street.
Google's YouTube unit this week informed YouTube TV customers of a change in policy that will see a discontinuation of subscriptions purchased through Apple's in-app payments mechanism, forcing users to subscribe elsewhere or cancel the service.
YouTube executives are reportedly contemplating the expansion of a feature that allows customers to subscribe to streaming services operated by third-parties like entertainment companies, an option Apple rolled out in 2019 with Apple TV Channels.
Apple is continuing to highlight the high-speed capabilities of the iPhone 11's front-facing camera, by releasing four videos showing how a 'slofie' could be taken on the smartphone with a wide variety of different results on the same theme.
For the first time, Apple fans were able to tune into the company's annual iPhone unveiling live via YouTube. The strategy appears to have paid off, with nearly two million viewers tuning in to watch CEO Tim Cook and others unveil a host of new hardware live from Cupertino.