Just ahead of WWDC 2016, Apple updated the official conference app for iOS and released a tvOS version. The WWDC app on your Apple TV 4 will let you watch live streamed sessions as well as the kickoff keynote presentation that will be held on Monday, June 13 at 10 a.m. PDT.
Apple today released a native tvOS app that will allow Apple TV 4 users to live stream Apple’s upcoming event scheduled on Monday, March 21. The “Apple Events” app also makes it possible to watch replays of many of the previous Apple keynotes.
Apple makes incredible hardware and pulls out all the stops to showcase their latest inventions once or twice a year. Although initially not even considered for the iPhone, external development of apps for these devices has steadily grown in its influence and visibility. It should come as no surprise then that at least one lucky developer has been tapped to share the stage today and show off the potential of the new Apple TV with apps.
NFL is planning to discontinue Game Revind service and replace it with a revamped Game Pass service that will be also available on Apple TV (among other platforms, like iOS, Android, Windows and XBOX ONE/360).