Apple today released tvOS 9.2 beta for Apple TV 4 that adds Podcasts app, support for Bluetooth keyboards, folders for grouping apps, new Siri languages and a new app switcher.
The Apple TV is great as it is, but if you seek to exhaust all its capabilities then you need to find more accessories. To this end, we have compiled a list of some of the best, must have accessories that will help you spice up and add more functions to your Apple TV.
There are literally thousands of wireless Bluetooth keyboards out there and the good news is that some of them actually work with Apple TV 2 & 3. You can use the wireless keyboards to search, navigate menus, and more.
Below is a list of some of the best Black Friday deals on Bluetooth keyboards.
You probably know you can pair a Bluetooth keyboard with your Apple TV, but the question is: what are the best Bluetooth keyboards on the market? Not all the keyboards are the same. There is a wide verity of options out there. Each options is designed with your preferences in mind. After a long research, we believe we have compiled a list of the best options, and great choices, for every preference out there.
We’ve always loved the wonderful keyboards from Logitech and also their Harmony series remotes for media players and consoles. Now, the giant peripheral maker is fusing these two categories in a new product and the resulting alloy is what is called the Logitech Harmony Smart Keyboard. It is said to be specifically designed for the Apple TV and “similar living room devices”, but with support for over 225000 devices from 5000+ brands and the ability to work even within closed cabinets, Logitech expects the Harmony Smart Keyboard to be a one-remote solution for all your living room needs.
It was not long ago that we shared the news regarding Apple officially activating its Bluetooth hardware, via the 5.2 update, on their Apple TV 2 and Apple TV 3 devices. Though it seems that support is limited to Bluetooth keyboards, not Bluetooth remotes, only time will tell if Apple has a line of new peripherals on the way for us all. As exciting as the news is, having Bluetooth capabilities does no good if users are unsure/unable to utilize these features.