Apple is reportedly talking to Hollywood creatives about licensing deals that would allow it to offer its own original TV content on its own streaming platforms, which could be unveiled as soon as September alongside the iPhone 7.
ESPN president John Skipper says Sling TV viewer numbers are promising, and while Apple is "frustrated" over the trouble it's having launching its own Internet TV service, the network is still working with it to move things forward.
It has often been rumored that Apple would like to launch a TV streaming service. Sources familiar with the matter say that Apple could be mulling over a purchase of Time Warner, which could help make that a reality.
360-degree video is still relatively new, but that isn't stopping companies from going all-in. One of these companies is Littlstar, which is the first service to being 360-degree video to the Apple TV.
This week's roundtable discussion dives into Apple's decision to abandon plans for a live streaming TV service, Tokyo's plan to use drones with nets to catch bad drones, and the ever-evolving etiquette of text messages.
A report claims that Apple may be working on putting a new Apple TV streaming box into production, just months after its 4th-gen streaming box launched in October. The rumors suggest the updated device could go into trial production in…