So this article, like most current i Pad articles, is a combination of previously released information, past examples, educated guesses and wild opinionated speculation.If that sort of thing doesn’t work for you, don’t read the article.
“Those games can also now be recorded and even live streamed to popular social gaming networks.
Watching gaming has become almost as popular as gaming — so has watching while gaming — so getting the Apple TV in on the action is terrific.” Tons more in the comprehensive full article – tv OS 10 is a very significant update. If Apple every gets a skinny bundles service together, Apple TV will be perfectly positioned and virtually irresistible to basically anyone with at least a decent TV screen.
As of the writing of this article, early Feb 2010, very few people (myself included) have actually seen the i Pad in person much less gotten to spend time testing it out.
“Based on the same underpinnings as the i Phone and i Pad, but with an interface all its own, it brought the App Store to the television and breathed new life into the Apple TV.” “Though Apple’s not sticking a landmark or number behind it the way it is for mac OS Sierra, watch OS 3, or i OS 10, the company is releasing a second major version of the big screen software this fall,” Ritchie writes.
“Internally tv OS 10, it comes updates to the Siri virtual assistant, and to Photos and Music.
There’s also a way to darken the interface, to live-stream your gaming, to automatically download apps you’ve gotten elsewhere, and a new remote app for i Phone.” “Games have been set free from the Siri Remote, so developers can concentrate on making truly console-quality experiences.
And they can make them for up to four controllers now as well.
Serenity Caldwell has been writing and talking about and tinkering with Apple products since she was old enough to double-click.
Managing editor of i More, she hosts a number of popular podcasts and speaks frequently at conferences.