tvOS 15 rolled out this week and we at long last will see the new cluster of Apple’s dazzling Aerial screensavers, carrying out to the Apple TV set-top box. Truth be told, this update brings sixteen slow-mo landscapes into the screensaver rotation …
The new aerials feature beautiful shots of Patagonia, Yosemite National Park and the Grand Canyon. There are 4, 7 and 5 recordings of every location, individually. This is a major leap up from the zero new additions in tvOS 14 last year.
The new screensavers probably won’t show up promptly on your Apple TV. The Aerials screensavers system just checks for updates intermittently, and randomly downloads cuts from the accessible rotation.
The most ideal approach to attempt to see the new videos is to go into Settings – > General – > Screensaver and set it to Download New Videos Daily, in the wake of updating your Apple TV to tvOS 15 obviously. This empowers your Apple TV to revive the arrangement of downloaded videos as fast as could be expected.
Notwithstanding, in the event that you simply need to see the clasps now, you can see them on this page on my own blog — alongside the whole up-to-date collection of available Apple TV screensavers up until now.
Other new provisions in tvOS 15 include smarter AirPods blending, Share with You ideas, HomePod smaller than normal as default speaker output, Spatial Audio support for paired AirPods, and HomeKit camera UI upgrades.
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