Be sure to consult this official Apple TV device compatibility list if you need to verify that your particular model of the Apple set-top box meets the tvOS 14 system requirements.
About tvOS 14 update
Apple previewed the inaugural developer-only beta of tvOS 14 during its virtual WWDC 2020 keynote which was held on Monday, June 22, 2020. The software update won’t release publicly before the fall, but Apple has officially listed supported Apple TV models in advance.
Now, there aren’t many new features in tvOS 14, but those that are new are pretty cool.
For instance, you get a refreshed Game Center experience and can cherry-pick screensaver categories that you’d like to include in Aerial rotation, like Underwater or Cityscape.
You should keep in mind that certain tvOS 14 features may be unavailable on older Apple TV models and some capabilities may not be available in every region or language.
tvOS 14 system requirements
Check out the Apple TV device compatibility list that we’ve embedded right ahead in order to verify that your particular Apple TV set-top box model meets the tvOS 14 system requirements:
For further details on tvOS updates, visit Apple’s website.
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Other system requirements
We also have device compatibility lists for other Apple OS updates:
- iOS and iPadOS 14 system requirements
- macOS 11.0 Big Sur system requirements
- watchOS 7 system requirements
These updates are releasing publicly in the fall.
How to identify Apple TV device model
If you’re unsure about the precise model of your Apple TV, follow the steps in our dedicated tutorial to quickly and reliably identify your Apple TV set-top box model.
This list will be updated with future compatible Apple TV models as they release.