Apple Introduces tvOS 17 with FaceTime, Continuity Camera, Redesigned Control Center, and a Lot More
Today at WWDC 2023, Apple has also announced tvOS 17. The latest update brings a number of improvements to an already excellent operating system, including a newly revamped Control Center interface. In addition to that, the latest update is also bringing the ability to find Apple TV remote using your phone, an excellent feature for those who often end up losing the remote to the TV. You are also going to be able to have some new screensaver options, making the overall experience much better.
In addition to that, tvOS 17 is also bringing the FaceTime app to Apple TV, and you will be able to use Continuity Camera, which will basically use the cameras on your iPhone and iPad. I never really thought of the idea of FaceTiming someone on Apple TV, but hey, you can do that with the new update that is going to be rolling out later this year. The best thing is that the Continuity Camera API for Apple TV will be given to other developers so their apps can also make use of the same feature,
Moving further, tvOS 17 also comes with an updated SharePlay experience for the living room, which will allow you to watch multiple contents on the same screen using the split-screen layout. Apple has claimed that the update will be available later this year for all Apple TV set-top box
Written by Furqan Shahid