Apple drops tvOS 9.2 and watchOS 2.2


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The new Apple TV is finally getting folders for apps today, thanks to the public release of tvOS 9.2 that is available now to all fourth-gen Apple TV users.

Apple touted the new update today at an event, previewing new features like app folders, support for Bluetooth keyboards, voice-to-text dictation for text entry fields, a podcasts app and other improvements.

Along with the new Apple TV software, Apple has also released watchOS 2.2 to the public that contains a number of bug fixes, and some small tweaks such as the ability to sync multiple watches to one iPhone, Maps improvements and more.

Take a look at the new features:

Apple TV users can download tvOS 9.2 by going to the Software Update option in the Apple TV Settings app. Apple Watch users will have to download the update on their iPhones first and then connect their device to a charger to get the software.

  • I wish they had released more watch faces to choose from.

  • Dave Morris

    Hmmm, I see they have still failed to fix the embarrassing ‘slideshow’ issue where it starts to repeat pics from an album randomly before it is finished. APPLE WAKE UP AND SMELL THE COFFEE get it sorted.