The Cupertino-based company has finally released final version of tvOS 13.2 for all owners of compatible Apple TV hardware. Here’s what you need to know.
Recent issues with quality aside, Apple really does do a great job of putting consumers first and ensuring that device owners constantly have a slew of changes and improvements to sink their teeth into regardless of the hardware or the products that they have from the iPhone-maker.
With tvOS 13.2, Apple is really taking a break from pushing boundaries. The initial tvOS 13 release was fairly monumental in scale and that has meant that Appl’s engineers have been focusing on improvements ever since. tvOS 13.2 is representative of that mentality and includes smaller bug fixes and stability improvements.
Apple initially introduced new multi-user support, new screensavers, and controller support with tvOS 13, and is using tvOS 13.2 to streamline and improve that experience.
tvOS 13.2 is live right now for both Apple TV HD (4th-generation model) and Apple TV 4K (5th-generation model) devices. To update, simply head over to “Software Update” mechanism in the Settings section of the device itself to grab the update.
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