Support for Samsung-backed Dolby Vision competitor dubbed HDR10+ is coming to the Apple TV and other devices via tvOS 16 and other updates this fall.
Apple has announced that it will be offering streams of all Major League Soccer matches globally through its TV app for the next ten years, starting in 2023.
All mentions of support for HDR10+ video coming to the TV app with iOS 16, iPadOS 16 and macOS Ventura have been removed from Apple's website.
Samsung's new external monitor, dubbed Smart Monitor M8, features support for AirPlay technology along with Apple's TV app and the Apple TV+ streaming service.
Apple's TV app is coming to hotels with the announcement that select hotel rooms with Philips MediaSuite hospitality TVs now include access to the Apple TV app.
Many people seem to be hit with what seems to be a new Apple TV software bug across platforms, with some folks complaining about no audio in purchased movies.
Just in time for “Ted Lasso” Season 2, Apple is now offering both new and existing Apple TV+ subscribers who own a PlayStation 5 six months of Apple TV+ at no charge.
Gone are the days of having the same quality for all shows and movies you watch. With wonderful technological advances, you can choose the quality you want. So if you’re comfy on the couch with your Mac, you likely want the best quality available. But if you’re on iPhone using cellular data instead of Wi-Fi, you might prefer a faster download over high quality.
Here, we’ll show you how to change the quality for streaming and downloading shows in the TV app on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Your device is terrific for listening to your latest podcasts and watching your favorite shows. But if you continue to download these types of items, you’re going to keep using space. And if you’re finished with a podcast or show, why hang onto it?
If you listen to the same podcast episode or watch the same show over and over, that’s different. And you might want to keep them. But if not, why waste the space? You should at least take a minute to review what’s there to see what you can remove.
Here’s how to see the amount of space Podcasts and TV shows are using on you iPhone and iPad.
With the TV app on your Mac, you have some great options for watching a good show or movie without having to turn on your television. And you can watch what you want on your own time, without tons of commercial breaks, and pause anytime to grab a bowl of popcorn.
So if you’re on the couch or in bed with your Mac, browsing the TV app for a show or getting ready to play one you’ve found, make sure you know these handy keyboard shortcuts for moving around the app quicker.
A handy feature of the TV app is that you can add shows to your Up Next queue. So as you browse through the options, you can tap or click and that next episode will be waiting for you when you’re ready. And this will sync across your devices too.
The problem is that if you add too many shows and end up disliking one, you’re probably never going to click it in your queue to watch the next episode. Then, your Up Next queue becomes flooded with shows you’ll never watch.
If you’d like to keep your queue clean with only the shows you actually want, here’s how to remove episodes from it in the TV app on iOS, Mac, and Apple TV.
Picture-in-picture is one of those nifty features that lets you watch two videos at the same time. You can have a show your watching and listening to in full-screen view with a smaller window playing something different. You may not know this, but this is a feature on Apple TV 4K and Apple TV HD with tvOS 13 or later.
If you’re ready to watch two shows at once, here’s how to use picture-in-picture with the TV app on your Apple TV.