Back in October of last year, the live TV streaming service PlayStation Vue became the first of its kind to be integrated with Apple’s TV app.
Following the public launch of iOS 12.1.3 and watchOS 5.1.3 to the public, Apple is moving ahead with new betas.
Roku has a large library of free content available, from TV shows and movies, but it looks like a bit of a premium mix is heading to the platform as well.
Apple has followed along with new beta seeds for its desktop and set-top box operating systems.
Apple has been seeding developer and public betas of its planned update for its popular platforms, and now the official release is here.
Apple is planning on updating its set-top box, the Apple TV, at some point in the future. Before that happens, though, there are beta seeds to test out the software.
Apple is hard at work on launching a streaming service of its own, which will provide a platform to its broad range of original content it has been working on for quite some time now.
Apple released tvOS 12.1 recently, and now the company is preparing the next software update for the set-top box.
Apple is updating its platforms today, including the software for watchOS and tvOS.
Word on the street is that Apple’s finally going to launch its original content initiative, beyond Carpool Karaoke: The Series and Planet of the Apps, in the early stages of 2019.