In the past couple of weeks, we’ve been hearing rumors of an upcoming jailbreak for Apple TV 4 by iOS researcher Jonathan Levin. The tool has been in beta for a while to iron out all the issues and make it as stable as possible, but today marks its day of release. The jailbreak has been finally released to the public for Apple TV 4.
Apple has seeded the fourth developer beta for tvOS 9.2.2, as well as the latest beta for OS X El Capitan 10.11.6. The new software lands just one week after seeded the third beta for developers.
Apple has seeded the third developer beta for tvOS 9.2.2, as well as the latest beta for OS X El Capitan 10.11.6. It arrives two weeks after the second developer beta for each platform was seeded.
Apple has been steadily updating its tvOS platform, which can be found on the fourth-generation Apple TV, ever since its debut.
Apple Seeds Developer Beta 2 for tvOS 9.2.2, OS X El Capitan 10.11.6; First Developer Beta for watchOS 2.2.2
In late-May of this year, Apple seeded out the first developer beta for not only tvOS 9.2.2, but also the next iteration of OS X El Capitan, version 10.11.6.
Apple has seen fit to release the latest version of tvOS to 4th-generation Apple TV owners.
It’s been a busy day for Apple and patents, with the company setting its sights on an even smart cover for the iPad Pro, and facing yet another patent infringement lawsuit from a court in Las Vegas.