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.
Apple TV 4
Following on the heels of Apple releasing the latest update to macOS, the company is also releasing a minor software update for the fourth- and fifth-generation Apple TV.
After much speculation, Apple has officially announced Amazon Prime Video for tvOS. The company has mentioned that the service will be officially available “later this year”. Apple will officially bring this app to fourth-gen Apple TVs running tvOS 11.
Vevo’s Apple TV App Gets a Complete Redesign With Easier to Navigate UI and Focus on Personalised Content
Vevo today released a revamped Apple TV app with a simpler interface that provides a new level of personalization and curation for music video lovers.
DJI, known for its Phantom and Mavic series of drones, today announced a dedicated app for the Apple TV 4. The app will allow users to watch aerial videos shot and shared in up to 4K by DJI drone owners from around the world.
Yesterday, Apple released the newest version of tvOS to the public, and now the company is back with a new beta for developers.
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is scheduled to take place at the beginning of June, and we may already know one big announcement planned for the keynote.
Mother’s Day is right around the corner in the United States, and, as such, Best Buy is opening up the gates on an Apple shopping event.
Apple continues to seed developer betas for upcoming releases, the latest being for tvOS 10 and the Apple TV.