Apple TV has released a new Apple Original film, Greyhound, starring Tom Hanks, on their app. However, some subscribers are facing issues with the audio syncing in Greyhound, about an hour into the film.
The movie is based on the Second World War became available for streaming on Apple TV on July 10. The audience was quite eager for the new release but was soon disappointed with the audio sync issues they were facing.
An user (@JoeySnap71 on Twitter) complained that at 58:27 into the movie,
There is a Jump Cut and the audio becomes out of sync for some time
A relatively small number of people have been affected by this problem while watching Greyhound. It did not affect all users.
In the movie, Tom Hanks stars as Captain Ernest Krause, a naval officer during the Battle of the Atlantic.
Apple had released the all-new streaming app Apple TV+, which is available on the Apple TV app. Apple users can buy or rent new and popular movies, subscribe to premium channels, and access content from popular streaming apps on Apple TV+.
Just like Netflix originals, Apple TV+ provides exclusive original content from TV and film personalities like Jason Momoa, Jennifer Aniston, and more. Greyhound is one of the original movies by Apple. From Apple Originals like The Morning Show, Dickinson, For All Mankind, and more, to channels like HBO, CBS All Access, SHOWTIME, etc, users can access content ad-free, both online and offline.
Users can buy or rent newly released movies or explore from a list of over 100,000 movies and shows from video streaming apps like Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, and ESPN.
All of the data and recommendations are personalized and curated according to the users’ preferences. Not only has the service expanded itself to include a wide range of devices, but it has also spread to over 80 markets all over the United States.
With a wide Sports section, a carefully handpicked Kids’ section, and much more, Apple TV allows users to create a personal watchlist to enable their ease while watching shows or movies on their Apple devices as well as Samsung Smart TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Roku devices.