Apple eliminates its ‘TV Remote’ application from the App Store as iOS currently has an integrated Remote
Apple today quietly eliminated its “Apple TV Remote” application from the App Store, which let clients control the Apple TV from an iPhone or iPad reproducing a real Remote. The application is not, at this point accessible for download from the App Store and Apple has likely discontinued it, which implies that it will presently don’t get any updates.
That doesn’t come as an amazement since Apple has included the Remote feature incorporated with the Control Center in iOS 12, so Apple TV clients can access to all the controls on Siri Remote without downloading any application.
The report found that Apple has additionally taken out almost all references to the Apple TV Remote application, proposing that the organization has in reality discontinued it. A report reader disclosed that he reached Apple backing to get some information about the application, however not even the help operator could clarify what occurred.
Presently, in the event that you visit the Apple Support site, the article about using Apple TV Remote on your iPhone or iPad just proposes that you add the Remote option to the iOS Control Center.
It merits referencing that the Apple TV Remote application is not the same as the iTunes Remote application, which lets clients remotely play songs and videos on an Apple TV or Mac — and this application is as yet accessible on the App Store for free.