The Misaka package manager used to be an iPhone and iPad-only app, but thanks to recent developments by project lead developer @straight_tamago, Misaka is now available on the Apple TV in a more limited capacity and can be used to modify the user experience of tvOS.
Misaka project lead developer @straight_tamago has been doing a lot with tvOS recently, such as making an Apple TV-compatible Misaka for device customization on supported firmware.
iOS 16.6 and other Apple updates bring security fixes for many vulnerabilities, including ones that have been actively exploited in the wild.
Multivew on Apple TV 4K lets you watch four simultaneous matches at once, quickly switch between quad-screen, split-screen and fullscreen views, and so on.
tvOS 16.5 brings two new features to your Apple TV: The ability to watch four sports streams simultaneously and support for the updated Thread 1.3 standard.
We hardly see as much love for jailbroken Apple TVs as we see for jailbroken iPhones and iPads, but an upcoming project dubbed Spartan is drumming up some attention after being touted as “the first tvOS file browser” in a post shared on /r/jailbreak.
tvOS 16.4.1 improves the stability and performance of your Apple TV and HomePod devices, with no new user features included in the update.
iOS 16.4 and Apple’s other updates let you pair Sony’s latest and greatest DualSense Edge gaming controller with your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.
The upcoming Multiview feature boosts Apple's picture-in-picture mode, and you'll especially like it when your favorite teams are playing at different times.
Has the Siri Remote on your third-generation Apple TV 4K been laggy or unresponsive? If so, you need to download and install the tvOS 16.3.3 update.
Release notes for iOS and iPadOS 16.3.1, macOS 13.2.1, watchOS 9.3.1 and tvOS 16.3.2 reveal bug fixes related to iCloud, Siri on HomePod and more.
Apple has provided steps to accept the new iCloud terms and conditions and update Apple ID settings without using a secondary device.