Steve Jobs promised to support Safari and third-party applications AirPlay

Steve Jobs promised to support Safari and third-party applications AirPlay

Another round of correspondence of Steve Jobs (Steve Jobs) from suffering fans products Apple, as always, brought considerable food for thought. One MacRumors reader asked in his email if Apple is going to ever realize the function AirPlay support for streaming media from third-party software and applications embedded in Web pages in the browser Safari.

Steve Jobs promised

Reply Steve Jobs was the custom concise: & ldquo-Yes, we hope to add these features to AirPlay — in 2011 & rdquo-. Note that this issue does not concern only the specified user, but many other owners of mobile devices from Apple, as well as buyers revised set-top box Apple TV.

New Speaker System for iPod-and iPhone-devices

New Speaker System for iPod-and iPhone-devices

The famous "acoustic" presented by Kenwood owners real gift iPod-and iPhone-device, releasing before the Christmas holidays speaker dock CLX-70.

This audio device supports the iPod touch, iPod classic, iPhone 3G, 3Gs, iPod nano and iPhone 4. For their connectivity device designed 30 different contacts for the connection. In addition, the user can also use the USB-port, a slot for SD memory card and CD-drive supports MP3. All this available systems.

Kenwood CLX-70 has a very large size and weight — 465h188h105 mm and 2.7 kg, respectively. In addition, the user can choose the colors of the device: novelty is available in white, pink and black versions.