Apple has a TV show about apps in development

“Apple is making it’s own TV series — about apps,” Nate Swanner reports for TNW.

“In a collaboration with and two veteran Hollywood producers, Apple is making a ‘nonscripted’ show about apps,” Swanner reports. “It’s not clear just what the subject matter of the show may be outside of the very vague ‘apps.'”

“Sadly, Apple isn’t discussing details,” Swanner reports. “We don’t know how the show will be financed, when it will be released or how Apple plans to deliver it.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Intriguing.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz” and “Dan K.” for the heads up.]


    1. There are plenty of other tech shows that have run for years on a shoestring budget. I look forward to checking it out.

      Currently I watch the TWIT network on my Apple TV and the odd time I check out Reviews on the Run.

  1. This is flippin’ Genius. Bring it full sircle, baby! T. Cook always said:

    The future of TV is apps”

    Now this ties it altogether into a package of entertainment from an app about Apps.

    Apple: playing chess while Samson plays checkered.

    1. Hours and hours of an unremitting Apple infomercial with Apple executives uttering the words “amazing” and “powerful” in every other sentence. It’s true! Maybe CIA could use it to torture ISIS captives until world opinion believes water boarding would be more humane.

  2. If Apple is going to go with producing its own content, they should remember why Netflix is successful at this. They use successful people with a hot track record. Not weirdos with nothing but name recognition from the recording industry.

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