“Although there was no new Apple TV announcement at the Worldwide Developers Conference keynote on Monday, that doesn’t mean Apple has ignored its streaming set-top box,” Brian P. Rubin reports for Read/Write. “In fact, it just increased the number of TV devices developers could test their apps, boosting the number to 100 units this week.”
“Granted, that may not seem like a major development — unless you consider that Apple may be setting the stage for a windfall of new third-party apps for the living room screen,” Rubin reports. “That’s the way developer Ouriel Ohayon took the news. Having noticed the change, he tweeted out a screenshot along with the words: ‘Apple TV apps are coming.'”
Apple TV apps are coming pic.twitter.com/wOR98JOY6e
— Ouriel Ohayon (@OurielOhayon) June 9, 2015
Rubin reports, “There’s reason to think he might be right.”
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MacDailyNews Take: A little birdy also tells us that “yes, indeed, Apple TV apps are on the way – along with an Apple TV App Store and much more… Nothing further until the content deals are inked.”