Apple’s Eddy Cue hints at new Remote app for Apple TV, says over half of …

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Alongside iOS 9.2, Apple releases watchOS 2.1, tvOS 9.1 and OS X El Capitan 10.11.2.

It is available now to all Arabic speakers, but has been tailored to the UAE and Saudi Arabia dialects, and while it can be used on iPhones and iPads, it doesn’t work on Apple Watches.It is a big day for Apple and an even bigger (or should we say hectic) day for Apple fans as the company has pushed out a number of updates not just for its iPhone, but the Apple Watch, Apple TV and Mac computers as well.After what appears to be a successful iOS 9.1 rollout including stability improvements a few months ago, Apple has now released another major update that focuses on improving and adding new features to its native apps.

The 9.2 update also contains improvements and bug fixes including Apple Music improvements for making playlists, saving songs offline and browsing classical music; a new Top Stories section in news so you can stay up to date with the most important news of the day; and a Mail Drop option in Mail that allows for large attachments. “What we are seeing is that localisation of services is becoming a competitive advantage in the industry. Black said that the marketplace is already getting crowded and people are looking at which one to be used, and this may add to Apple’s favour as people are looking for choices. Downloading songs got a lot more organised and Apple has finally added support to download albums or playlists from your iCloud Music Library. iOS 9.2 users will also now be able to view works, composers and performers while browsing Classical music in the Apple Music catalog. SAN FRANCISCO: The popularity of the PlayStation 4 is bolstering Sony’s long-term confidence for its flagship games console, after sales topped 30 million units last month. Coming down to the native apps, FaceTime, Messages also see bug fixes related to signing in. iCloud Photo will now play nice with Live Photos and the errors while moving photos from iPhone to Mac with a USB cable have also been resolved.

However, making things sweeter is Apple Remote support for the new Apple TV (which is a first) and the new watchOS 2.1’s built-in Remote works as an d-pad for navigation as well. Although the portable PlayStation Vita has not fared so well, Sony’s home console has performed better than many analysts had anticipated, given the huge growth in mobile gaming in recent years. House’s comments suggested a more aggressive target than some analysts had forecast for a business that is becoming ever more central to Sony’s wider turnaround. House was “hesitant to predict” that the PS4 would top the PS2’s lifetime sales of 155 million, given “the cadence at which people expect innovation” was speeding up. Alongside demonstrations of the latest instalments of games including Street Fighter and Call of Duty, many attendees were most keen to try out the PlayStation virtual reality headset, slated for release in the first half of next year.

House admitted that he “started out as somewhat sceptical” of VR but was won over by The London Heist, a gangster game developed by one of Sony’s studios. “I had that amazing moment where I tried to put the controller on the table”, he said, only to realise that the table existed in the virtual world of his headset. Other early titles for PlayStation VR include: Ubisoft’s Eagle Flight, where the player soars above cities and between trees; Modern Zombie Taxi Co, a cartoonishly zany driving game; and 100ft Robot Golf, a science-fiction sports simulator.

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