Apple has begun issuing an update to its second-generation Apple TV that finally allows users in Australia, Canada, and the U.K. to stream TV shows they’ve purchased on iTunes directly to their television.
The feature has been available to users in the U.S. for some time, and it greatly enhances the user experience for those who catch up with their favorite shows using their Apple TV. Rather than having to download each episode using iTunes on their computer, then stream them to their Apple TV, users can now login to their iTunes account and stream their purchases right from the cloud.
As things stand, it seems the service has been introduces to those in Australia, Canada, and the U.K. However, Apple is yet to announce the update, so there could be support for more territories that we’re not aware of yet.
Did you get TV show streaming for Apple TV in your country today?