Both Glenn and Susie use their Apple TVs every single day. So we're excited about the prospect of a hardware refresh--which, let's face it, is long overdue, especially if Apple TV is destined to be a HomeKit hub, and to get advanced features like Siri. We've got some ideas for the rumored Apple streaming TV service too.
Later, we turn to the topic of what Nintendo's move into mobile gaming means for Nintendo fans, as well as people who haven't bought a Nintendo product in years. And it seems like iOS 8.3 will be out very soon, so we recap what we're expecting there, and the iOS 8 bugs that still, well, bug us.
- New Apple TV hardware coming this summer, report says by Jared Newman
- HBO announces HBO Now standalone streaming service with discounted Apple TV by Mark Hachman
- Apple streaming TV service rumors are back, and more credible than ever by Jared Newman
- Five things Apple should fix in the next Apple TV update by Susie Ochs
- Sling TV review: Television's future is still in development by Jared Newman
- Nintendo making mobile games was inevitable, and it's good news for everyone by Andrew Hayward
- Apple extends its public beta program to iOS, by Susie Ochs
- Glenn is taking over Mac 911, so please send questions to email@example.com to Glenn on Twitter, or even call and leave a voicemail at 2063375833.
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