Apple to release ‘The Sound of 007’ James Bond documentary in October 2022

Apple has announced a new documentary entitled “The Sound of 007” mainly depicting the “remarkable history of six decades of James Bond music.” The documentary marks the 60th anniversary of the James Bond film series and will make its worldwide debut exclusively on the Apple TV+. The documentary is being produced by MGM, Eon Productions … Read more →

Squid Game by Netflix was the Most-Tweeted TV Show in 2021

If you have already watched the Squid Game series by Netflix, then you would not be surprised to know that it was the No. 1 most-tweeted about television show of the year. Apple TV+ and Disney+ had some wins too. According to a report from Deadline based on Twitter stats, “Twitter, which swung into year-end … Read more →

Apple’s Services Revenue reaches New All-Time High

Apple announced their financial results for the fiscal 2021 third quarter that concluded June 26, 2021. The Cupertino-based company also experienced an all-time high on its services division. Based on the latest earnings reported last week (July 27), Apple announced that it had enjoyed a quarter of amazing growth, with their services division raking in … Read more →

Apple gets First Ever Oscar Nominations for Wolfwalkers and Greyhound

Apple managed to earn its first ever Academy Award nominations for feature films since the Apple TV+ worldwide launch of Apple Original Films in 2020. Animated fantasy adventure film Wolfwalkers was nominated for Best Animated Feature, while the war film Greyhound, starred and written by Tom Hanks, was nominated for Best Sound. Wolfwalkers is the … Read more →

Stay alert to the Apple’s devices all around the world

Apple announced few day back that there are more than a billion active devices around the world. These billion active devices include iOS, IPhones, MacBook, Apple TV and iWatch. To make our audience stay alert and informed about Apple devices that are active around the world, we made this small list of Apple products that … Read more →

The New Apple TV is Here

Will the new Apple TV take over Blu-ray players? With the recent release of the third generation Apple TV, a wide debate ensues on whether the world is slowly handing itself over from optical discs to digital compression technology. Considering that digital distribution is still on its nascent years, we will undoubtedly find out how … Read more →

iFlicks: Easy Video Conversion on Mac with Metadata Support [Review]

iFlicks is a neat little application that I found while searching for an alternative to VideoMonkey which is still a bit too buggy for my taste. Basically, I’ve had it with the monkey and I wouldn’t mind paying a small fee for an app that just works. iFlicks is such an app. It was designed … Read more →

Apple TV 3.0 and iTunes 9.0.2 Updates Are Out. Palm Pre Sync Gone Again.

Apple quietly updated Apple TV software to version 3.0 and it now supports new stuff such as Genius Mixes, Internet radio, iTunes Extras and LP support. Press release: Apple Introduces Apple TV 3.0 Software With Redesigned User Interface. The iTunes 9.0.2 update also breaks Palm Pre sync capability (again). Engadget: iTunes 9.0.2 adds support for … Read more →

How-To: iTunes TV Shows & Movies For Non-US Citizen

UPDATE – September 16th 2009: It seems the Danish media finally found out about this tip, as articles today so far has featured in Politiken, DR P3 News and Maczonen.dk. According to Danish lawyer, Peter Lind Nielsen, it’s not – seen from a Danish legal point of view – nothing illegal about this method as … Read more →