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As per a report in 9to5Mac, the updated Apple TV app included in the public beta is already enabling the consumers to subscribe to Showtime, Starz, The Smithsonian Channel, along with Tastemade channels. The list is expected to grow as the company releases newer beta version in the run-up to the launch of the stable version. The final variant of the Apple TV app will include access into TV channels like HBO, CBS All Access, EPIX, Noggin and new providers such as MTV Hits. The business has promised to add much more over time.
The 9to5Mac report also notes the redesigned Apple TV app puts more attention on curation and the integration of their third-party services. Other particulars of the new public beta updates are uncertain at this time.
If you want to test out the public beta upgrades, you can head over the Apple’s beta website to register and join up your Apple apparatus for beta software accessibility. Apple recommends backing up your iOS device before installing the public beta. Apple TV does not want a backup since all of the purchases and data are saved in the cloud. When you have prepared your iPhone and iPad for beta installment, visit Settings> General > Software Updates and download the beta update. The Apple TV upgrades are located at System > Software Updates.