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Apple will livestream its opening WWDC keynote on June 5, likely revealing to the world a couple new products. You'll be able to watch the stream through Apple's website and on the Apple TV. Viewers don't need to have a developer account to tune in to the event.
Since it first introduced HomeKit back in 2014, Apple has been dancing around the idea of the smart home and automation. Since then, it’s expanded its offerings bit-by-bit. It added the Home app in 2016, finally putting a front-end interface on controlling smart home tech and adding the ability to use the Apple TV as a home automation hub.
Apple today added a new events page to its main website, confirming that its June 5 Worldwide Developers Conference will be live streamed and available to watch on the Apple website and through the Apple TV.
Full 360-degree video is branching outside of mobile viewing with Twitter's latest Apple TV app update, which also adds a Global Map view for live-streams. Twitter is the first platform to bring 360 to Apple TV.
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Twitter launched a version of its service on Apple TV and other media player platforms last year in order to deliver its live video content on big screens.
After you select a video from the Periscope Global Map, you can then navigate the 360-degree video using the Siri remote.
Twitter today updated its app for the Apple TV, introducing support for live 360 degree videos, making it the first Apple TV app to support such a feature.
Last fall, Twitter debuted a new app for the Apple TV to allow users to take advantage of its growing video content, and today the company is updating that app with a pair of new features. Headlining the update is support for live, 360 degree video…
Twitter launched its streaming app on the Apple TV last fall, and the platform is now introducing 360-degree videos for users with the device.