In October 2015, Apple discharged a hotly anticipated equipment redesign to the Apple TV — and with it, a glossy new Apple TV remote. You could identify with the remote to issue voice summons (“Siri, play Pitch Perfect 2. Yes, once more. Try not to judge me, Siri. You don’t have any acquaintance with me.”) and flick around an inherent trackpad for speedy route.
In any case, long-term Apple TV clients saw something speedy: Apple’s Remote application for the iPhone, which permitted you to control the Apple TV with your iPhone when the committed remote wasn’t helpful, wasn’t staying aware of the new list of capabilities. Fundamental usefulness (like utilizing the iPhone as a console) worked — however the greater part of the clever new stuff was absent.
Television remotes are fine and dandy, however they have a frightful propensity for coming up missing even under the least favorable conditions conceivable minute – Apple TV’s new wand isn’t resistant to this ailment. It ought to come as uplifting news then that Cupertino’s arranging an upgrade for the remote application on iOS with new components such as voice summons with Siri. The news drops by method for a meeting with Apple’s Eddie Cue and Craig Federighi on tech savant John Gruber’s podcast this week.
More than that, in case you’re playing a two player amusement, an iPhone can sub in as a second controller. Convenient! “It truly is a full substitution,” Federighi says. Past “several months,” however, there’s no firm discharge date for the overhaul. On the off chance that you need more knowledge into Apple TV stuff (like Bluetooth console bolster), look at the full scene; application talk begins at 22