“There’s no doubt about it, the new touch-capable Siri remote is one of the new fourth generation Apple TV’s killer features,” Brad Moon writes for Forbes.
“However, out of the box, you may find it a little frustrating in use,” Moon writes. “I’ve put together a few tips for fine-tuning your experience to take control of the Siri Remote. I’m not getting into voice commands –that’s another post– but these suggestions should help you with everything else to do with Apple’s remote.”
“One of the first things I noticed when I first used the Siri Remote’s Touch surface was how jumpy it seemed to be. Responsive, yes, but maybe too responsive,” Moon writes. “That’s okay, just like a trackpad or mouse on a Mac, Apple provides a way to adjust the sensitivity of the Touch pad.”
Read more, including how to save time entering text, in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Out of the box, the Siri Remote’s touch sensitivity was perfect and its glass Touch surface a joy to use.