Today, Apple has released iOS 12.3, watchOS 5.2.1, macOS 10.14.5 and tvOS 12.3 with the new TV app that was announced at the company’s March event to everyone.
Apple is planning to offer HBO, Showtime, and Starz television channels in a combined “premium TV bundle” to its users via Apple TV and iOS devices.
Apple has released tvOS 10.2 to the public, and anyone with a fourth-generation Apple TV can now download and install this update.
Apple is planning to launch a new Remote app for Apple TV 4 that will have all the capabilities of the Siri Remote or Apple TV Remote that ships with the device.
Apple has released the first beta of Apple TV’s tvOS 9.1 (build number: 13U5061d) to developers and can be installed by updating your Apple TV using iTunes.
The new Apple TV allows users to take screenshot, which allows you to share your top score in your favorite game or favourite movie moments with your friends
Tonight on WSJDLive conference, Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the company will begin accepting preorders for the new Apple TV set-top box on Monday, 26 October, and will begin shipping at the end of next week.
Apple programming guides for tvOS reveals that all games developed for Apple TV are required to support the touch-based Apple TV Remote, making all content accessible to all users without the need for third-party controller.
According to The Insider, Apple may follow the footsteps of Netflix and create original TV content exclusive to its Apple TV subscribers. However, the report claims that Apple may wait quite a while before launching into its latest venture.
A rumor claims that Apple wants to charge $40/month for its Apple TV subscriptions service, but the content providers believe that Apple’s pricing is too low.
According to a leaked support document from Apple, Apple TV and many other Apple devices will be marked obsolete a day before its September iPhone event.
According to a recent report from Buzzfeed, Apple may show off its next-generation iPad, Apple TV and iPhone 6S in a media event for September 9.