Apple has today made available for download tvOS 9.2 beta 6 for fourth-generation Apple TV. Update seeded to developers, just over a week after the fifth iteration was made available for testing, and few days after beta 6 of iOS 9.3, watchOS 2.2, OS X 10.11.4 were released.
Version 9.2 is a primary update to Apple TV operating system that runs on the fourth generation television and powers the App Store.
Now that with tvOS 9.2 in ever more advanced testing, a final public release is expected around March 21st date that will see an Apple media event, classified with new features abound that should likely make for one of two excellent demos on-stage. Coming almost two months after tvOS 9.1.1 was released to the public, this latest version of Apple TV update is one that will change how audiance use their set-top box.
Gets the support for Bluetooth keyboard that should arguably have been there since day one. Front and center set up process requiring the input of passwords and usernames, support for keyboards will make configuring a brand new Apple TV a much less task than it has been thus far. Users will also be able to dictate and spell passwords via Siri once tvOS 9.2 go live, again making Apple TV configuration less laborious of a bind.
Folders for tvOS app additionally features in the upcoming release to organize on the home screen, support for in-app maps and enhancements to Siri that allow for TV App Store searches, and a brand new user-interface for app switcher that mimics the one found on iOS devices.
Final version of tvOS 9.2 expected to see hit fourth-gen Apple TVs around the world within the next couple of weeks. Assuming no unforeseen problems occur following todya’s latest beta release.
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