Apple TV. It was not just about the new MacBook Pro last night at the Apple conference. Tim Cook, the CEO of the firm, has also introduced a new application called "TV", which will take place in the Apple TV. The idea of the application is quite simple to understand: it is to aggregate all television content - whether live or recorded - within a single application. A little in the way of Molotov (available on Apple TV), the new TV application will avoid juggling between different applications of audiovisual content providers, bringing together all in one place. Siri assistant can also be called upon to conduct research.
If interest is commendable in the US, where the majority of TV channels offer an application to enjoy the live on the Apple case is a little more limited in some countries. I do find some replay applications, but except BFMTV, no large chain proposes to consult his live program. To watch live TV, it is nonetheless possible to go through Molotov, for example, and, within a short time, it will also be possible to access the CanalSat universe. The application will myCanal and land on Apple's case in the coming weeks. What enable CanalSat subscribers as well as some subscribers of Freebox Revolution to enjoy the live and replay services to the housing at the apple.
It remains to see if the implementation myCanal allow the aggregation of its contents to the 'Apple TV application and especially if its use will be more relevant. Indeed, the new application actually makes sense when the content comes from several applications, which is unfortunately not always the case in Europe. Note, the application will also be available on the iPad and iPhone.