Google and Apple are following through on their promise to play nice with each other. After announcing in December that the Apple TV app would come to Chromecasts with Google TV, the companies have shared today that the service is now globally available. With the integration, you'll not only be able to use Apple's app from your Chromecast's interface, but you can also access your purchased films and shows, as well as personalized suggestions without having to cast your iPhone to the TV. In the US, Google TV users will see Apple Originals in their personalized recommendations and search results. You'll also be able to ask the Google Assistant to open the Apple app or play one of its exclusive titles.
Following months of anticipation, rumours and leaks, Apple will today unveil its latest iPhone at its new'spaceship' campus in Cupertino. The launch event, which takes place at 1pm ET (6pm BST), will introduce a completely redesigned top-of-the-line iPhone, rumoured to be called the iPhone X. The souped-up'anniversary' iPhone comes a decade after Apple's late co-founder Steve Jobs unveiled the first version. At $1,000, it could also cost twice what the original iPhone did setting a new price threshold for any smartphone intended to appeal to a mass market. Apple will also launch two other new phones, which may be called the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, alongside an upgrade to the Apple Watch and a higher-definition Apple TV.