“Apple has rolled out a new software update (tvOS 9.2.1) for its Apple TV box,” John Archer reports for Forbes. “Unlike the previous Apple TV update, though, the most striking thing about this one is that you likely won’t notice any obvious benefit from it!”
“This is because it focuses solely on fixing behind the scenes issues – bugs and potential security vulnerabilities – rather than delivering any new functionality to the Apple TV’s tvOS interface,” Archer reports. “So unless you happen to have suffered at the hands of the bugs it fixes in recent times (I haven’t), it appears on the surface to be one of Apple’s duller updates.”
Archer reports, “Actually, though, the very lack of new user features in the latest update is interesting in itself, as it suggests that Apple may be holding things back ahead of a substantial new tvOS ‘unveil’ at its annual World Wide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) next month.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Wouldn’t it be nice to get a big Apple TV surprise at WWDC?