tvOS 16 is now accessible to Apple TV and HomePod clients, here are the new features
Following three months of beta testing, tvOS 16 is at last accessible to all clients. With that, Apple TV and HomePod proprietors can exploit new functions, which, as a matter of fact, are a little disappointing contrasted with the other operating systems. Here’s everything new with it.
The present build is 2A932. Very much like tvOS 15, Apple didn’t give a lot of data in regards to tvOS 16. As the organization focuses on other operating systems, it appears to be the organization doesn’t think Apple TV has a lot to get to the next level.
All things considered, here’s everything new with tvOS 16:
Nintendo Switch controllers compatibility: tvOS 16 will at long last help Nintendo Switch’s Joy-Cons and Pro Controller.
HDR10+ support: The most recent generation of high dynamic range technology will be supported in the Apple TV application on tvOS 16.
Video-forward featuring on the Apple TV+ tab: Rich video previews at the top of the Apple TV+ tab assist clients with finding their next most loved Apple Original.
Apple Fitness+: With tvOS 16, at key moments in the exercise, Intensity Metrics are called out and will show up on the screen for motivation. The intensities are Easy, Moderate, Hard, and All Out.
Out of the blue, Apple made a public beta version of HomePod Software 16. At this point, it is unclear what’s changed with this operating system, in spite of the fact that we’ll refresh the story once we learn if new Siri languages were added.