The Apple TV+ psychological thriller “Surface” is to get a second run, with its lead character relocating to London in her attempt to uncover her past.
“Surface” recounted the story of Sophie (star and executive producer Gugu Mbatha-Raw), who has extreme memory loss following what appeared to be a suicide attempt. The first season saw her trying to uncover and understand her true identity, while the second is to see take her to London, and further back into her past.
“This is really a brand new chapter set in a whole new world,” said series creator Veronica West. “I can’t wait for people to see how the show evolves as we explore an emboldened, fearless Sophie in season two.”
If there’s one thing that iPhone and Android users both agree on, it’s the hatred of green bubbles. A pox on the messaging community, green bubbles ruin iPhone group messages, end relationships, and create an overall terrible experience for everyone involved.
A new app named Sunbird wants to change that. Available in closed beta and eyeing a summer 2023 release, the concept is simple: Android users will be able to communicate with their iPhone friends as if everyone was using an iPhone. Macworld was shown a demo of the system in use and it’s pretty slick: Sign in with an Apple ID, authenticate your iCloud account with a two-factor authentication code, and start texting with your iPhone friends in blue bubbles.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is known for being an excellent communicator, and that was on full display this week as he navigated Elon Musk’s flurry of accusations against Apple. A new report from the Financial Times this weekend offers a deeper look at how former Apple executives view Cook’s skills, with the caveat that there’s […]
Elon Musk says Apple is Twitter’s largest ad client; has now ‘fully resumed’ advertising on the platform
During a Twitter Space this evening, Elon Musk confirmed that Apple has “fully resumed advertising” on Twitter. This comes less than a week after Musk publicly shamed Apple for having “mostly stopped advertising on Twitter” and questioned if the company hated “free speech in America.” Apple never confirmed nor denied that it had stopped advertising […]
Apple TV+ has released a one-minute teaser showing its programming lineup for the next few months — and there are a few surprises.
A sizzle reel is a promotional video consisting of extremely short clips from a great many series. Its aim is to promote a studio or a network, more than any particular series.
This sizzle reel is called “Apple TV+: Winter 2022 & Beyond,” and it leads off with a quote from Entertainment magazine. “Apple TV+ consistently produces some of the best entertainment of the modern era,” says the magazine.
Some people certainly love watching and re-watching Apple’s special events for different reasons. And especially for those of us who are journalists and bloggers, who actually need to re-watch these events sometimes, finding the exact moment when something happened at a keynote is not an easy task. Luckily, a group of developers have created a […]