The Apple TV App is available only in certain countries and regions.
The new app carries together several new functionalities including the integration of cable and satellite channels.
Locally, Australian channels seem to be more of a "coming soon" affair, though Apple is providing a curated list of TV shows and movies through the system, with content for kids at different age groups collected as a way of providing suggestions for them to watch.
Through machine learning, the new app can predict what a viewer will want to watch next, based on a user's viewing preferences and history, allowing watching TV to fully be on the customer's terms.
Apple has announced that its new Apple TV app has arrived in more than 100 countries for its device owners, as well as for users who own select Samsung smart TVs. Additionally, customers will be to enjoy all of their previously purchased movies and TV shows from iTunes in the redesigned Library tab.
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The tech giant offered Deadline and other media outlets a preview of the service last week, emphasizing that executives would speak only on background and not about Apple TV+.
This includes popular services like Acorn and HBO.
Also today, Apple released the macOS Mojave 10.14.5 software update for Mac users, which also adds AirPlay 2 support for sharing videos, photos, music, and lots more from your Mac computer to a smart TV that supports AirPlay 2, better audio latency on MacBook Pro 2018 models, and better support for large OmniOutliner and OmniPlan documents. HBO Now, for example, costs $14.99 per month via Apple's App Store and Apple TV channels. The update also enables casting content from iPhones and iPads to Samsung TVs via AirPlay 2.
You can also download shows and movies from your subscriptions to view offline.
The new app is available with the iOS 12.3 and tvOS 12.3 releases and will be available on Mac this fall. Parents, desperate for family friendly content, will be elated to see a Kids section that serves up editorially selected titles, a practice that continues Apple's push of being the content curators which we first saw in Apple Music.