A report from USA Today claims that Apple will be launching a new app dubbed internally as “The Watch List” at its “Hello again” event tomorrow. The app will provide users with TV show recommendations based on their content history. The app will be known by a different name when Apple unveils its tomorrow.
Apple TV 4
Apple has been seeding beta releases for both watchOS 3.1 and tvOS 10.0.1 for weeks, and now the company has finally released the final builds for the public.
Apple has a vested interest in TV. Perhaps not entirely in the way that it would have wanted right now, but the investment is there by way of its Apple TV 4 set-top box and tvOS.
Just a day after Apple dropped iOS 10.1 beta 4 for developers and public testers, the company has released the fourth beta of tvOS 10.0.1 for the fourth generation Apple TV.
Spotify, the leader when it comes to streaming music services (for now), doesn’t have any plans to bring its services to the Apple TV 4 and tvOS anytime soon.
Apple has been seeding beta builds for its popular platforms for a few weeks now, and this week is no different.
Apple Reportedly Working on Universal TV Guide for Streaming Content Across iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV
Apple has a focus on TV, even if plans to launch its own streaming packages have apparently fallen through for the time being.
Back in February the first signs of the new Apple TV remote app for iOS were discovered, built for the fourth-generation Apple TV.