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Apple releases fourth beta of tvOS 17.2

In the realm of tech giants, Apple consistently stays ahead, and the latest beta releases of their operating systems are no exception. The company has been seeding the fourth beta of tvOS 17.2, alongside iOS 17.2, macOS 14.2, and watchOS 10.2, showcasing a series of intriguing updates and features, poised to enhance user experience significantly.

Revamped Apple TV App: A New Era of Streaming

Central to the updates is the overhauled Apple TV app in tvOS 17.2 beta 4. This new version introduces a sidebar menu, providing streamlined access to Apple’s array of services including TV+, MLS Season Pass, and the Store. Users can enjoy a more cohesive experience, with their channels and apps neatly organized. Notably, the iTunes Movie app remains, coexisting with the new interface.

The Apple TV+ section in the app is particularly noteworthy, offering a comprehensive view of Apple’s streaming service. Users can access their purchased movies in the Library section, maintaining familiar filters such as “4K HDR” and genres.

Enhanced Navigation and Collaboration

Navigation has been made more intuitive, allowing quick access to channels and apps. This marks a significant improvement in discovering content across various platforms. Additionally, tvOS 17.2 beta enriches the Store section with a familiar interface, featuring a Top Movies Chart and genre-based options.

Apple Music is also getting an upgrade with support for Collaborative Playlists, including a new Favorites Playlist. This, coupled with the option for Apple Fitness+ users to focus on either trainer audio or music, adds a personalized touch to Apple’s services.

Beyond Entertainment: Journal App and Security Enhancements

iOS 17.2 introduces the much-anticipated Journal app, leveraging on-device machine learning for personalized journaling suggestions. It includes features like photo prompts, workout integrations, and end-to-end encryption for privacy.

As the final versions of these operating systems are expected to roll out in December, users eagerly await further enhancements. The updates already hint at new widgets in Weather and Books, along with a novel analog clock on iPhone and iPad, and Spatial Video capture for Apple Vision Pro.

These updates mark a significant step in Apple’s journey of continuous innovation. The blend of user-friendly interfaces with advanced features in tvOS 17.2, alongside the functional richness in iOS 17.2, macOS 14.2, and watchOS 10.2, paints a picture of a tech ecosystem that is both intuitive and cutting-edge. As Apple moves forward, these changes not only reflect its commitment to user experience but also its role in shaping the future of personal technology.

Bilgesu Erdem
Bilgesu Erdem
Bilgesu graduated from Ankara University, Faculty of Communication, Department of Radio, Television and Cinema. After working as a reporter for various television channels and a newspaper, Bilgesu is currently working as a content editor at Newslinker. She loves technology and animals.