Looking for live news on the Apple TV? Apple has added a dedicated news section to its TV app, which appears on tvOS as well as iOS devices. Owners of the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch can easily access a variety of live news sources, streaming video and coverage of the 2018 Winter Olympics. The TV app helps to consolidate content from a variety of third-party streaming apps.
It's that time of year again, with the 52nd annual Super Bowl taking place on Sunday, February 4th. Catching the final NFL game on an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch may not be ideal, but for some it may be the only option. Others may be interested in watching the Philadelphia Eagles face the New England Patriots on the Apple TV hooked up to their big screen.
Yet more information has leaked on Apple's upcoming 10th-anniversary iPhone. The device, which is codenamed D22 has been referred to as the iPhone 8, iPhone Edition and the iPhone X. Apple is expected to announce the flagship iPhone alongside the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus. The latest news comes from iPhone code within the HomePod firmware that was recently seeded to developers.
Among the many new features introduced with iOS 11 is the ability to record your iPhone or iPad's screen, surely a welcome addition for gamers who want to share strategies (or boast of their accomplishments) and for iOS tutorial writers, including yours truly. While you could always do this using QuickTime on a Mac or with a jailbreak app, the Screen Recording feature makes it a lot less complicated. Here's a brief example:
After finishing your video in Clips you may decide that one frame fits better elsewhere in the project, or that a frame lasts too long or is too short. Clips allows you to move frames within a project and it lets you lengthen and shorten each frame. Here's how edit your project before sharing it: