We are proud to announce very early support for the Apple iTV.
Over the Easter weekend we had some time to complete some research and development into Apple’s upcoming TV solution. With the help of leaked specifications and documents which described important, (for us), internal details about the hardware and its bootprocess, progress was made porting OpenELEC onto this device.
The OpenELEC team is proud to release OpenELEC 3.0.0
OpenELEC 3.0 is built to support XBMC Frodo 12.1 and almost every part of the core OS has been updated and improved since the 2.0 release. The project now supports a broader range of mediacentre hardware than ever before, including dedicated OS images for the budget friendly Arctic MC001 and ultra-low-cost Raspberry Pi systems.
Arctic is also known for their cooling solutions, with this experiences they developed a fully passive cooled Entertainment System - and OpenELEC delivers the optimal Multimedia OS for their systems.
First of all, we'd like to apologize. As some of you will have noticed, we recently experienced some downtime with our main webserver which affected our website and forums and while the wiki and chat remained working, the others were down for around 48 hours.
We'd like to thank our provider, SolNET for their hard work getting our website back up and running as quickly as they could, helping us with the DoS attack we suffered and making it easier for us to manage our traffic.
Team OpenELEC is proud to announce, in collaboration with our partner Zotac that OpenELEC is ALREADY optimized for the upcoming hardware.
We are happy to announce our two winners of the two 8GB Raspberry Pi Media Centre Kit sponsored by The Pi Hut from our RaspberryPi Media Center draw:
Congratulations and enjoy these devices with OpenELEC!
We want to thank all users who have participated. This Draw was very successful so we have decided to repeat this very soon. Watch us on Facebook, Google+, Twitter and/or here to not miss out on any further surprises!