Apple launches new live seo apps, live seoi services
Apple is rolling out new live-streaming and video-on-demand apps to iOS devices in a bid to broaden its reach beyond the Apple TV.
The iOS 10.3 update is rolling to users in the United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, the United Kingdom and Australia.
The update is now live for users in those countries, and the company says it will roll out updates to iOS users worldwide.
The new live apps include Live TV, which can be used to watch TV shows and movies.
A video-only version of the app called Live TV is also available for viewing videos.
Apple says Live TV can be accessed by tapping the home button on an iOS device and selecting “Live TV.”
It is also possible to watch a video-based live-viewing experience by holding down the home key and then tapping the video icon at the bottom of the screen.
The app will play a video on the iPhone or iPad and will show a live stream of the video on a screen.
A video-editing app called Stream has been added to the app, which allows users to add a custom video to a video that is being played in the app.
Apple says this allows users who have an iOS app to create their own custom videos.
The company says the update will also expand live seoproducts to iOS 8 and 9.
Live TV can also be used with the Apple Watch, and Apple says it has plans to add the app to watchlists in the future.
Apple has a history of launching new services for iPhone users, with the first version of iOS being available to the iPhone 4S in November 2011.
The service became available to iPhone users in April 2012.
The company launched a second version of its iOS app, iOS 10, to users last month.
The move to live streaming and video on demand will continue with the iOS 11 update, which is rolling now to users worldwide, Apple said in a blog post on Monday.
Apple also released a new iOS 10 video app called Watch Live last month, but Apple declined to give details on how it is working with the service.