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tvOS 9.2.2 is now available for all Apple TV owners

Apple has released tvOS 9.2.2 to all owners of its fourth-generation Apple TV set-top box.

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tvOS 10 beta 3 is out! Here's how you can download it now!

Installing the tvOS 10 beta is more complex than an iOS or macOS beta, but it's also for developers only.

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Apple TV adds Comedy Central, MTV and VH1 to universal search lineup

The Apple TV now has three new apps supporting its universal search feature with Comedy Central, VH1 and MTV.

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How to use parental controls on Apple TV

Apps like iTunes, Netflix, YouTube, and many others provide an impressive amount of content for viewers of all ages. That being said, if you have kids in your home you may not want them watching the adult content. Here's how to use parental controls on your Apple TV.

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How to switch between Game Center accounts on Apple TV

You can log into Game Center on Apple TV to keep your game data saved in the cloud. If you are sharing Apple TV with others, you can switch between Game Center accounts.

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How to see what's using storage on your Apple TV

It’s pretty easy to check exactly how much storage space each app is hogging up, and you can even delete the most egregious offenders of memory stealing right there in the menu!

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Best Bluetooth headphones for Apple TV

Ready to enjoy your new Apple TV through a pair of great sounding Bluetooth headphones? Check out our top 5 that stand out in both quality and comfort.

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Everything you need to know about Apple's developer and public betas

If you have an Apple development account or are signed up with the company's free public beta program, here's what you need to know to get access to software betas.

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Apple releases tvOS 9.2.2 beta 5 for developers

Apple has released the fifth developer beta for tvOS 9.2.2 for the 2015 Apple TV.

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Why isn't the Home app on Apple TV?

When iOS 10 ships this fall, it'll feature an app made by Apple called Home that can control your HomeKit-enabled smart home products. Oddly enough, it won't be coming to Apple TV.

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