Apple’s September 9th occasion is now just a few short days away, as well as though new iPhones are on the horizon, it seems that all of the real enjoyment revolves around exactly what Apple will finish with the Apple TELEVISION. Having spent years in the wilderness and having been in alarming need of a refresh for longer than we care to bear in mind, this press occasion is the Apple TV’s big possibility to remind everybody that it still exists, and after that some.

While there have been more than a couple of leaks of information over the last couple of weeks and months, we still don’t really understand exactly what the new Apple TELEVISION 4’s user interface will certainly include. At this point, we currently understand that the Apple TV 4 is most likely to come with a new motion-sensitive remote featuring Siri and all powered by iOS 9 core, however how all of this will equate onto the screen is unclear. That hasn’t stopped some individuals from guessing, however.


Like Andrew Ambrosini, who has taken the existing Apple TV user interface and after that reimagined it, creating something that combines the appearance of iOS 9 with exactly what the Apple TELEVISION presently resembles in use. The outcome is something that looks great, consisting of rebuilt menus, Siri combination, and picture-in-picture video that brings comparable capability to exactly what was brought to the iPad by iOS 9.


There is even a standard, contemporary lockscreen – – that the designer calls ‘‘ Home’ – – complete with watchOS-inspired looks that you can swipe through to remain updated with, state, the day’s news.



We’re big fans of what has been produced right here, and while Apple’s work is stated to be superior as far as this brand-new Apple TV’s user interface is worried, we still have concerns about whether it will certainly be on a par with exactly what we’re looking at right here. Perhaps it’s years of bad Apple TELEVISION functionality that is clouding our judgement, however we simply cannot bring ourselves to get too thrilled about what Apple has in store.


Hopefully, we’ll be shown wrong come Wednesday 9th.

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