Apple TV Updated With New CBS All Access, NBC, and M2M Channels

Apple TV Updated With New CBS All Access, NBC, and M2M Channels

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Apple has updated the Apple TV with new CBS, NBC, and Made to Measure video channels. The new content comes ahead of the upcoming Apple TV 4 release next week.

Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed that the company will start taking orders for the new Apple TV on Monday, October 26th with shipments beginning later in the week.

Apple TV Updated With New CBS All Access, NBC, and M2M Channels

Apple TV Updated With New CBS All Access, NBC, and M2M Channels


CBS All Access:
CBS All Access provides instant viewing of over 7,500 episodes for $6.99/month. It also provides Live TV in over 100 markets. New episodes are viewable on the CBS App on the next day.

Apple TV Updated With New CBS All Access, NBC, and M2M Channels

Apple TV Updated With New CBS All Access, NBC, and M2M Channels

NBC:
The NBC app lets you watch full episodes but cable sign-in is needed for some features.
Apple TV Updated With New CBS All Access, NBC, and M2M Channels

Apple TV Updated With New CBS All Access, NBC, and M2M Channels

Made to Measure:
Made to Measure (M2M) is the first-ever fashion video network available exclusively on Apple TV. M2M covers the world of fashion and style – past, present and future — through fresh and culturally relevant storytelling. M2M features original programming, classic fashion films and runway shows from the world’s top designers. M2M’s original series and documentaries highlight the people, issues, trends and events that have defined and transformed the fashion landscape.

Apple TV Updated With New CBS All Access, NBC, and M2M Channels

Apple TV Updated With New CBS All Access, NBC, and M2M Channels

Apple TV Updated With New CBS All Access, NBC, and M2M Channels

Apple TV Updated With New CBS All Access, NBC, and M2M Channels
The iDevice Pro - October 24, 2015 at 2:02am
That was quite a vast and unentertaining tour of your rather extensive electronics collection. Also, I completely agree with you that devices using less bandwidth only make sense. The sad truth of it is that companies will not embrace that technology any time soon because implementing those changes in hardware and software overhauls would cost millions. Therefore, the statement in which you proclaim the "HTPC running XBMC" (by the way, it's now called Kodi...I would think with all your current hardware and software knowledge you would know that) to pretty much be a waste of effort and money, and had no benefits is just plain silly. It is a means to an end. You speak of Netflix and companies of the sort, but if you are giving these companies your hard (or maybe not-so-hard) earned money, then THAT my friend is what is a fruitless waste of money and effort when you can purchase said "HTPC running XBMC" for the cost of a couple months' bills from those companies. Hell...if you pay one month's bill from Comcast-Xfinity or Charter, you could buy two of those "HTPC's running XBMC" with the money wasted on a full package bundle bill. So while your rant may have made a lot of sense and was perfectly sane in the technology and theory department, it was just plain nonsensical and impractical given the state of things in today's media market. Taking also into account that the major overhaul that you are speaking of won't take place for at least 5 years, and that just adds to the fact that the "HTPC running XBMC" is a perfect fit for today's, tomorrow's, and the next few years' needs. I mean, shit....even wireless ac isn't the standard today. Wireless N still is, and ac has been around how long? Furthermore...what happens when you buy these early models of the future standard? When that standard is finally implemented...those devices are virtually as obsolete as the devices which they were meant to replace...because they were 1st generation. So while you may be if the school of having technology that is ahead of its time, I'm more of the school of having the most practical and efficient solution to the technological time of which I am currently a part of. Future proof all you want, but I would rather save my money and live in the present.
zyme_ - October 22, 2015 at 8:26am
Never realized before this web form removes new lines and blank lines.....
Justabrake - October 20, 2015 at 9:04pm
Skip the 3 and get the 4
Eduardo Marques - October 20, 2015 at 8:18pm
How do you capture screenshots from the Apple TV?
zyme_ - October 21, 2015 at 9:27am
I'd assume HDMI pass-through capture card (kinda like a "TV Tuner" card - though sometimes they're external USB connected devices).
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