Apple tvOS operating system introduced: What we got so far from this WWDC

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Varun Kesari
Varun Kesari
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Apple has just introduced tvOS 13 during the WWDC 2019 Conference. Tim Cook has started talking about all the new Apple TV+ services, Apple News+, Apple Arcade, and Apple Card.

Soon after, Tim Cook showed us a spectacular trailer for the movie For All Mankind, a film that will be broadcast on Apple TV+.

All news from tvOS 13

Mainly, Apple wanted to adopt all its services with its operating system for Apple TV. These are all the news that will come to tvOS 13:

Multi-user support

We start with one of the most expected functions by users, but not in tvOS … but in iOS. Users have been asking Apple for many years to develop a system that allows the use of multiple user accounts in the same device.

Well, the function has first reached the Apple TV with tvOS 13. The multi-user support is already here, but it could also reach the new special operating system that is rumored to have developed for the iPad. So if you want to share content with your friends and family on your TV, you can start thinking about updating your device to the latest version of tvOS, which will be available as of next days.

Lyrics on Apple Music

Another of the most interesting news of the presentation of tvOS 13 is that, from now on, you can listen to your favorite songs on Apple Music while on the side of the screen the lyrics of each song appear. Ideal to set up your own karaoke!

Compatibility with controls for Apple Arcade

After the arrival of the Apple Arcade video game platform, Tim Cook announced that tvOS 13 will have compatibility with new controls. Specifically with the Dualshock 4 control of the PlayStation and with the control of the Xbox One.

New screensavers in 4K

The company of the bitten apple has incorporated a new set of screensavers for the Apple TV. In tvOS 13 we will find a series of new screensaver videos in 4K resolution with images recorded under the seabed. And it seems that they are an authentic past.

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