It looks like Amazon prime will be available in a few weeks for the new Apple TV making the Cupertino’s new shiny even more awesome.
Typical isn’t it? You spend all of that time and energy getting your raspberry Pi setup so you can watch your video library on your TV and the next day Simple, a plex TV app for the Apple TV makes itself known to the Internet.
In todays obvious news the Apple TV is available for ordering today from Apple.com. The 32gb Apple TV (MGY52B/A) will set you back 129.99 whilst the 64gb (MLNC2B/A) can be yours for 169.00. Just dont purchase the HDMI cable for £15.
Head over to the website benjaminmayo.co.uk a collection of the Apple TV Aerial Video Screensavers. These really are stunning. The current set of videos in the list include imagery from China, San Francisco, Hawaii, New York City and London.
Plex is simply amazing. For those who use it swear by it, if you don’t you are seriously missing out. With Plex you can watch your movies or TV shows on any device with a browser either via your own network or over the internet.
Considred getting an Apple TV but couldnt quite stretch the balance to justify one over a Chrome cast stick? Well it’s good news everyone as the version 3 of the Apple TV device can now be purchased for £49 in the UK
Apple is going to be the exclusive streaming partner for the new HBO streaming service and if you sign up in the first month, you’ll not only get 1 month free but have access to Game of Thrones Season 5 on release.
Top Gear season 22 could mean the start of a new radical shift by the BBC to stop piracy, well at least for Top Gear, something which Jeremy Clarkson has alluded to a few times. Season 22 of Top Gear will be simulcast around the world when the new series premiers 26th January, 8PM GMT
The WWE Network will finally launch in the UK at 8pm tonight (November 3). It’s thought that Sky were behind the delays as they just signed up to 2018 to show WWE programming on the sky network. WWE Network On Apple TV
Launches. Oh No It Didnt
One of the biggest and most overlooked channels to come to the Apple TV was the WWE network channel. A 27 / 7 streaming service showing all WWE action and pay per views for $12.99 a month with no commitment and the ability to cancel at any time, or pay $9.99 by opting for a six-month contract.