Apple has seeded the beta adaptation of tvOS to its public beta testing group. The first beta of tvOS 13 corresponds to the second tvOS 13 update made accessible to developers last week.

While there aren’t any major changes to the operating system, there is a redesigned Home screen, multi-user support, and alone recommendations for each user who’s logged into the Apple TV. You also have a new Control Center to swap amid profiles.

tvOS 13 comes with Apple Arcade, the company’s new game cable service that’s accepted to be available across all of its platforms later this year. Then there’s the abutment for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 controllers, and a new picture-in-picture mode that will let you watch movies and TV shows in a small thumbnail window while you switch to altered apps.

  • First, sign up for Apple Beta Software Program here.
  • On your Apple TV, go to > .
  • Sign in using the same Apple ID you used to annals for the Apple Beta Software Program.
  • Once that’s complete, head back to > > , and turn on “Get Beta Updates.”
  • You should now automatically accept an update to install the latest public beta software.

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