“It has been my fifth day with the all-new Apple TV, and while the interface is certainly fast, (by the way 1080p is a welcome upgrade from my previous 720p Apple TV) there are a few areas that are in need of help,” Mark Reschke writes for T-GAAP. “There are a few omitted nuggets which could really make the system a lot more powerful, and frankly, amazingly better.”
“The entire App Store seems void of any organizational structure whatsoever,” Reschke writes. “I can only hope this is due to an initial lack of content, and as more App are added this will change. However, if Apple finds this acceptable, hundreds of developers will have wasted tens of thousands of hours building Apps which will never be discovered or found… the App Store seems completely unfinished.”
“I’ve downloaded several games and channels, but as with my previous Apple TV, the main menu is rapidly becoming a massive scroll page of choices,” Reschke writes. “Like iOS, why Apple has not made it easy to create folders for Apps is puzzling.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Add not being able to use Siri to search Apple Music to a growing list of things Apple needs to do, somehow didn’t get around to doing, or inexplicably forgot to do.