Oscar winner, Alfonso Cuarón is making big moves in the TV world. Following a competitive process
of multiple outlets bidding, Cuarón has signed an
overall deal with Apple. Under the terms of the multiple year pact, he will create and develop
new television projects exclusively for Apple’s
forthcoming TV plus. The deal could be considered
a big win for Apple. Especially after Cuarón
delivered a hit for Netflix in the form of “Roma.” Cuarón, of course, wrote,
directed, and produced the film that was nominated for multiple oscars including best picture. (soulful music) As part of the new pact,
Cuarón will still maintain his nonexclusive deal
with Anonymous Content, and will partner with
them on select projects, while also continuing to
produce other projects with different collaborators. The “Gravity,” “Children
of Men,” and “Harry Potter” grad becomes the latest
A-lister to sign a content deal with Apple. Apple TV Plus launches November 1st with original “See,”
“Dickinson,” “For All Mankind,” and “The Morning Show.” – Ahhh! – Ahhh! – You walk out that door, you
are never gonna get back in. – For more on this story, head to thr.com. Until next time with The
Hollywood Reporter news, I’m Tiffany Taylor.
You have an Apple TV! But is AirPlay not working? Is the AirPlay icon not showing up or you cannot mirror the iPhone anymore? Let’s see how it should work and some steps to fix Apple TV & AirPlay problems! Coming up on “You Have an iPad” When everything is fine, connecting your iPhone and iPad to TV is super easy. You bring up the “Control Center” and the “AirPlay” button appears when the
iPhone detects there are AirPlay devices available for you to choose from: here, two Apple TVs and one AirPort Express for audio. It usually goes like this: watching a video from YouTube, the video comes from the Internet in small
pieces, arriving at your Cable Modem; it goes to your router and Wifi and is received by your iPhone or iPad. With AirPlay, the streaming is then transmitted to the Apple TV: sometimes passing again through the Wifi router, or going directly between the iPhone and the Apple TV, or even the Apple TV starts getting the video directly from the network and your iPhone just keeps showing the progress and commanding the playback. Finally the Apple TV sends the image to your Television or Receiver using an HDMI cable. As you can see, there is a bunch of technologies to go wrong! The simplest way to fix those problems is to assume EVERYTHING is misbehaving. So, lets fix them all: Turn OFF the Cable Modem, Router and Wifi. Maybe you have all three functions in a single appliance or, in my case, two. Some might have power buttons to hold… others have no buttons so you just unplug them. On the Apple TV, close all running apps: double-press the Home button and swipe up every app to quit all of them. Wait about 15 seconds, then Restart the Apple TV: holding down the Menu and Home buttons together until the L.E.D. on the Apple TV starts flashing. The old, 3rd generation, Apple TV doesn’t have apps for you to close on its aluminium remote control, just hold
down the Menu button and Down arrow together and release them when the LED starts flashing. If the Apple TV doesn’t restart, unplug it from the power, then plug it back. On the iPhone or iPad, double-press the Home button and close all the running apps, swiping up all of them. Wait 15 seconds, then Restart the iPhone or iPad, holding the Power button and the Home button together, until the Apple logo appears. Turn ON your Cable Modem and wait until it indicates ‘online’. If you have individual router and wifi appliances, turn On the router and, after it is online, also turn on the Wifi access point. At last, be sure you enabled Bluetooth on the iPhone and on the iPad; verify they are all connected to the same wifi network and keep your devices updated! AirPlay should be working fine now! Post your comments and questions, give this video a “Like” and subscribe!
Welcome to the Jamf 100 Course. This is
Nate coming to you from Jamf. In this introduction we will be exploring the
content contained in this course. To start out, the Jamf 100 Course is the
first of four sequential courses offered by Jamf. The purpose of the Jamf 100 Course
is to provide foundational information about iOS, macOS, tvOS, and a broad
understanding of the management capabilities we have available using Jamf
Pro and Mobile Device Management. The content of this course is built upon the
succeeding courses starting with the Jamf 200 Course. Jamf offers four courses in total: the 100
200, 300, and 400. For more information about our advanced courses visit Jamf.com/training.
If we take a look at the Jamf 100 Course in our browser here, we’ll see
on the left side it’s broken down into nine sections. Our first section is the
overview. The second section covers competencies for Apple’s mobile
operating system, iOS, including setup, navigating the user interface,
configuring settings, and more. From there we’ll move to Section 3 where we’ll take
a broad but comprehensive look at managing mobile devices with Jamf Pro.
We’ll explore mobile device management, or MDM, Jamf Pro, and options for enrolling
and provisioning devices, managing device behavior, taking inventory, and organizing
our devices within our server. With tvOS we can do more than ever with Apple TV –
that’s why in Sections 4 & 5 we will explore the tvOS Setup Assistant,
interface, and management options with both Jamf Pro and Apple Configurator 2.
In Section 6 we’ll complete the macOS Setup Assistant, explore both the graphical and
command-line interfaces, and learn about the file and storage structure of
computers. Similar to Section 3, Section 7 involves managing computers with Jamf Pro.
Some of the topics we’ll tackle include MDM, Apple’s deployment and
provisioning services, enrollment, inventory collection and organization,
app deployment, and issuing remote commands. In Section 8 we can reflect on
what we’ve learned and prepare for next steps. One of which may include the Jamf
Certified Associate Exam. An overview of what’s included on the exam and a
practice exam is available in Section 9. Should you opt for the Jamf Certified
Associate Exam, it is available for purchase in English, German, French, and
Japanese in Section 9. The certification includes 60 multiple-choice questions. If
certification is awarded, a badge is added to your Jamf Nation profile and a
certificate is issued to you. As a reminder, the exam is based on the
content in the Jamf 100 Course. This course has a total of 53 lessons and
each lesson follows a similar format. Below the lesson title we spell out our
objective, what we hope to accomplish in this lesson. Under our objective is a
short video taught by Jamf instructors from around the world who go through the
content of this lesson in a little more detail. Under that our key points contain
important information called out in the video for reference now or in the future.
From there we have some navigational aids to help us along in Jamf Pro when we put
this information into practice. We have review questions to reinforce some of
the content covered above, and finally a few practice tasks for those hands-on
learners with access to a test or development instance of Jamf Pro. And I say
“test” because we do not recommend performing these tasks in your
production or day-to-day server. We wrap up most lessons with relevant resources
for further investigation on the topics covered. A few words on navigation – at the
bottom we can move throughout the course with our directional arrows. There’s also
the option to use the sidebar to navigate between sections and lessons.
And finally there’s a search function at the top of the screen, this will follow
us as we navigate the interface. On a final note, the 100 does follow a
structure, lessons build on each other throughout. However, if time is a concern
or you would like to cover content on say iOS, we encourage you to explore
content that is relevant to your interests. Or perhaps your macOS and iOS
knowledge is solid, but Jamf Pro and mobile device management is an unfamiliar
territory. Feel free to dive into Sections 3, 5, and 7.
It’s your call. However you would like to approach the
content, whichever way is most beneficial to you is what we’re going for.
This concludes Lesson 1. Up next is Section 2: iOS Core Competencies.
Thank you for joining us in the Jamf 100 Course and we’ll talk with
you soon. [Music]