While it's still a step behind the Roku 3, the Apple TV is an excellent streaming box, especially for those invested in the Apple ecosystem.
The Apple TV is an indispensable living room companion for invested in iTunes content and Apple hardware, but for everyone else it's a step behind the Roku 3.
Apple TV provides a slick venue for iTunes-based media in the living room, but the average Blu-ray player now provides a wider array of online media options.
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) came and went in June without the widely expected announcement of a new Apple TV box. Now the latest reports place the announcement on September 9, alongside a new iPhone and iPad. Here's what we think we know so far.
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The Apple TV is an excellent streaming video box, especially for Apple fans who will use AirPlay and the upcoming iTunes Match service, but it's missing a few key apps like Hulu Plus and Pandora.
Apple's September 9 event is official, and 9to5Mac breaks all the major news of the week. Plus, you can't say Swatch smartwatch five times fast. Trust us. You just can't.
Will consumers pay for an Apple set-top box that costs almost $200? Maybe, if the features like Siri and App Store integration are worth it.
Which has the most apps? Which has the coolest features? Which one is the best? The most popular streamers all have their merits, so we'll help you decide which box is right for you.
Apple is expected to revamp many things in September, including its little black set-top box. Here's what would make the next Apple TV awesome.
Sales of the Apple TV, which hasn't had a significant update in three years, drop behind streaming-TV box players Roku, Google and -- for the first time -- Amazon.