With the new tvOS 12.3 update, Apple has unleashed the new TV app worldwide. With a flick of a switch, it’s available in more than 100 countries. That would be fine on its own. But it comes with a major annoyance. The default behavior of the TV/Home button on the Siri remote has changed. It now opens the TV app instead of taking you to the Home screen. Here’s how you can stop the Apple TV home button from opening the TV app.
After weeks of beta seeds, Apple is finally moving forward with the next public updates for tvOS, macOS Mojave, and watchOS.
Earlier this year, Apple announced an updated and revamped Apple TV app, which includes “Apple TV Channels”. Ahead of the public launch, Apple is building that feature, improving it. That includes adding channels like HBO.
One of the biggest deals for Apple and its Apple TV service landed back in December of last year. Brand new content based on the Peanuts franchise would arrive on the service in the future. And now we know how it will all start, with a short documentary series of sorts.
Apple Seeds tvOS 12.3, macOS Mojave 10.14.5, and watchOS 5.2.1 Beta 1 to Developers [Update x2: Public Beta Now Available]
Apple launched tvOS 12.2 to the public not too long ago. Now, Apple is moving right along with the latest update for the set-top box.
Following its ‘Show Time’ event, Apple went ahead and renamed its fourth-generation Apple TV to Apple TV HD. Unveiled in 2015, the fourth-generation Apple TV is capable of streaming content in 1080p resolution.
Following weeks of developer betas, Apple is finally releasing the next updates for the Apple TV, Macs to the public.
Apple has updated its Events app for the fourth-generation and fifth-generation Apple TV ahead of its ‘Show Time’ event on March 25. The updated app will allow Apple TV owners to watch the “It’s Show Time” event live on their TV next week.
The Apple TV app can be pretty helpful, as long as you have the right apps. Now DirecTV owners can say they do.