3 things you may not know about Apple TV

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Apple has unveiled in recent weeks the new generation of Apple TV 4K: Powered by the A15 Bionic chip that makes performance snappier and gaming experience smoother, Cupertino’s new media hub offers endless entertainment options on the big screen at home. With support for the HDR10+ format and Dolby Vision, Apple TV 4K lets you watch movies and series in the best possible quality on multiple TVs. Managing content and user experience are the tvOS operating system and the popular Siri Remote.

The new Apple TV 4K is available in two configurations: Apple TV 4K (Wi-Fi), which offers 64GB of storage, and Apple TV 4K (Wi-Fi + Ethernet), which offers Gigabit Ethernet support for fast networking and streaming, Thread mesh networking protocol to connect even more smart home accessories, and double the storage for apps and games (128GB ).

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With Apple TV you can do several useful things to save time, cut remotes around, and smooth out the entertainment experience. If, for example, you have a TV with HDMI-CEC support, the Siri remote control can control the volume of the device and of course also on and off. In short, it can be taken as a single reference for the management of the TV.

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If we have company at home, it is good to know that anyone with an Apple ID can have their own profile on Apple TV. That means managing app layout, folders, dark mode, and personalized content recommendations. It can be done in a couple of ways, but the easiest is to go to Settings > Users & Accounts > Add New User, then add theGuest or family member’s Apple ID. Family Sharing, the sharing of Apple subscriptions and services for up to six people, must instead be set up via a Mac, an iPhone or an iPad.

Another little-known feature is that you can customize the look of Apple TV 4K by switching to dark mode: just go to Settings, then choose General and Appearance. In that section you can choose the two styles, classic or dark, or automatic to allow tvOS to manage the mode based on the time of day.

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