It’s finally happened overnight with the last of Australia’s major television networks making its way onto the Apple TV 4. As of today, all five major free-to-air Aussie broadcasters have on-demand apps on Apple’s streaming device with Network Nine being the last to launch an app.
Apple’s “Loop You In” event has come and gone, and along with all their announcements Apple has rolled out their 9.2 tvOS update. And what an update this has turned out to be, adding a pile of new features including folders and Siri dictation. So here’s our rundown of everything new in the Apple TV 9.2 update.
It’s taken a while, but finally Australia’s ABC iView has arrived on the Apple TV 4 app store, and along with some great new features and their highest quality streams, this could very well be the best iView app yet.
Remember way back last year when Tim Cook promised the world global Siri search? Well, it still hasn’t happened, at least not in the global part. Overnight though, Watch ABC was added to the short list of American services that support Siri’s search.
Apple TV’s latest model may look just like the old puck after eating too many cheeseburgers, but packed inside the shiny plastic case is possibly the global television viewers dream machine. There still isn’t a perfect way to watch television from all around the world, but this little box has to be the closest to it we’ve seen!
It may have been noticed by now that we’re really excited by the Apple TV 4, especially for global television viewing via Smart DNS. In fact, I can tell you one thing right now, this set-top-box looks to be the Smart DNSer’s dream machine. If you want a way to easily watch content from all over the world, whether it is BBC from the UK, Plus7 from Australia or Hulu from the US, we’ll show you how!
Free sports apps that actually stream live sport are unfortunately not as common as we’d like to see, which is why we love the new 7Tennis app that has just appeared on the Apple TV 4’s Australian app store – providing live streams of the Australian Open and the Seven Network’s primary channels!