At the beginning of this month, Amazon released its much-awaited Prime Video app for the Apple TV. While the app itself was poorly done, that has still not stopped it from being the most downloaded app in its launch week in the history of the tvOS App Store.
As per Israeli website The Verifier citing its reliable source, Apple will add multi-user support to tvOS 11 for the fourth-generation Apple TV. The onscreen content for users will also be tailored depending on the profile that is currently being used.
Apple has increased the size of tvOS app bundles from 200MB to 4GB thereby allowing developers to bundle more content into their apps and games. The increased app size will greatly benefit games which up until now have been limited by the 200MB size.
During its “Hello Again” event, Apple executives took some time to talk about TV, and then outlined how it plans on making it a bit easier to find content.
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.
Eddy Cue Insists Apple Isn’t in the ‘Business of Trying to Create TV Shows,’ but Isn’t Against Helping
Leading up to the unveiling of the fourth-generation Apple TV running tvOS, which brings an App Store to the set-top box, rumors were still swirling that Apple had plans to launch its own streaming TV option, and, possibly, launching its own original content as well.