Apple TV owners in the US have now access to three more channels from their tiny back boxes as Apple has added A+E Network owned A&E, Lifetime and History Channel to its already existing array of 40+ channels.
by Roshan on April 22, 2014
by tomek on March 17, 2014
by Roshan on March 11, 2014
Much has been said about the cluttering on the Apple TV home screen. And that is truly evident from the hits we received on our post How to arrange and hide channels on Apple TV, which we published after the feature was first introduced in the 5.1 update. Yes, the ability to hide and rearrange icons has been present on your Apple TV for a while, but yesterday Apple rolled out a new 6.1 update to Apple TV devices, which makes it much easier to hide unwanted channels right from the home screen.
by tomek on March 11, 2014
Along with the release of the long-awaited iOS 7.1, Apple has yesterday rolled out a new firmware for Apple TV 2 and 3: Apple TV software update 6.1 brings some improvements to AirPlay and Remote app functionality and, most importantly, makes hiding unwanted channels from the main menu much easier.
by Dan on October 11, 2013
With all the new apps/channels released for Apple TV recently, the interface can become quite cluttered. Luckily, as of the Apple TV 5.1 software update, you can adjust the display of icons and arrangement on the Apple TV’s main menu to suit your preference and hide those icons you don’t use.
by tomek on June 27, 2012
The feature is accessed by holding down the center Select button on the remote for several seconds, after which the selected icon begins to wiggle as is seen on other iOS devices when in reorder/delete mode. The wiggling icon can then be moved by using the directional buttons on the remote, with other icons automatically adjusting to make room for the icon being moved.