The Apple TV will be available this fall for $99, but the company has announced a few details about the software, and it may not be for everyone.
The latest iOS 8 software update will allow Apple TV users to set the channel to a “classic” channel, the first time the device has ever done so.
In classic mode, the default channel will be a channel that Apple previously made available only to Apple TV owners.
The company has also revealed that Apple TV customers can now tune into any network, including ABC, CBS, CNN, NBC, PBS, Fox, and TBS.
Apple also announced a new Siri-powered voice search feature that will let the device search for any relevant information on a network or a podcast, and a new feature that allows Siri to send a notification to the device if there is a new episode of a network show on the TV.
Apple TV users can now watch TV commercials in Classic ModeIf you want to set a channel to Classic Mode, you can do so by tapping on the menu bar, then “Settings,” then “Channel.”
From here, you will be prompted to tap “Classic.”
In Classic Mode mode, Apple TV is a much more traditional television, with a grid of channels.
The new feature allows the TV to choose a different channel every time.
The feature also lets users search for an ad by looking for a channel number, and the device will also ask you if you want it to display the ad on the next channel or on the previous channel.
This is the same “classic mode” that the company announced in July, but it only allows for the channel name to be displayed.
The company has since removed the feature.
Apple will also make a new Apple TV app for Mac, iOS 8, and tvOS that will allow you to watch all of your favorite TV shows and movies on the device.
Apple has also released a guide that guides users through the process of setting up Classic Mode on Apple TV.
For more, check out the video above.
Apple has also updated Apple TV firmware to support the Siri voice search and Siri Remote support.
The updated firmware will support Siri commands, as well as voice control.
The update will also allow Siri to be used with any of the Apple TV’s streaming services.