Apple has been seeding the latest update for the fourth- and fifth-generation Apple TV for quite some time, and now the software is available to the public.
Update: Apple has also released the latest updates for macOS and watchOS, along with the latest firmware update for the HomePod. Details for each are below.
macOS Catalina 10.15.3 is available now. Like the other software updates it’s free to install, and it’s a minor upgrade overall. It does include optimizations for the Apple Pro Display XDR, as well as multi-stream video editing when using the brand new 16-inch MacBook Pro. Along with other behind-the-scenes changes to improve the overall performance of the desktop operating system.
Meanwhile, watchOS 6.1.2 is also available to download and install. Owners of supported Apple Watch models will need to make sure their watch has at least 50 percent battery life, is connected to the iPhone, and is charging to make sure they can install the new software.
Finally, Apple also released a software update for the HomePod smart speaker, bringing the version up to 13.3.1. The new software supports Siri’s Indian English voice, and it also includes general stability and quality improvements.
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Apple on Tuesday officially released the latest version of tvOS 13 to the fourth- and fifth-generation Apple TV set-top boxes. This brings the version to tvOS 13.3.1, and it can be downloaded via the Settings app then going to System –> Software Update. If you have automatic software updates activated, then the new software will be downloaded and installed automatically.
There aren’t any major forward facing features added to tvOS 13.3.1. This update is minor in scale, focusing on improvements and other changes to make the overall user experience better behind-the-scenes. However, if there are any new features discovered in the public release, we will update this post accordingly.
tvOS 13.3.1 is available to download and install now.