Apple TV Software Update
Alongside the iOS 7.1 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, Apple today also released Apple TV 6.1 Software Update, adding the ability to easily hide channels.
After seemingly being ignored for nearly two years, the Apple TV is rumored to finally be updated by March this year, with a “revamped OS” that’ll be able to run its own apps and games rather than relying on iPhones and iPads via AirPlay.
Over the weekend, Apple had pulled the Apple TV 6.0 Software Update after reports of bricking issue.
9to5Mac now reports that has released a tweaked version of the software update, which probably includes a fix for the bug that caused the bricking issues.
Apple released Apple TV 6.0 for the 2nd and 3rd generation Apple TV late last week with a number of new features including iTunes Radio, iCloud Photos and Videos, AirPlay from iCloud and more.
Apple releases Apple TV 6.0 Software Update with iTunes Radio, AirPlay from iCloud, Podcasts and more
AllThingsD reports that Apple will release the Apple TV Software update along with iOS 7 release on September 18th.
Yesterday, Apple did not mention about the software update for Apple TV, however AllThingsD reports that it’s still coming.
Apple has just released a major software update for the 2nd and 3rd generation Apple TV.
Apple TV Software Update 5.3 brings HBO GO and WatchESPN to Apple TV. The update also brings Sky News’ 24/7 news feed and on-demand news library, Crunchyroll, the leading global video service for Japanese Anime and Asian media and Qello, a leading on-demand streaming service for HD concerts and music documentaries.
Apple hardly mentioned Apple TV during the WWDC keynote, but a beta version of iOS 7 for the device went live right after the keynote for registered developers. The update doesn’t have the UI overhaul seen in other iOS devices, but it does include iTunes Radio and a few other changes.