APPLE ANNOUNCED at WWDC that it's bringing support for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 controllers to the Apple TV.
While Apple TV has long supported a number of game Bluetooth gamepads, tvOS 13 brings with it support for both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 DualShock controllers, enabling Xbox and PS4 gamers control games on Apple TV including those available in Apple Arcade, set to be launched later this year.
Apple's new tvOS update also brings support for multiple users for the first time, with each user getting their own 'up next queue' and personalised recommendations. Switching between users can be done through a new Control Centre, accessible by swiping right on the redesigned homescreen.
If that wasn't enough to get you excited, tvOS 13 will also include a new screensaver featuring undersea footage.
"tvOS powers the Apple TV 4K experience and continues to set the standard for home entertainment," swooned Greg Joswiak, Apple's vice president of Product Marketing.
"With more personalized features to enjoy your favourite TV shows, movies, photos and music, expanded gaming support and stunning new screen savers, tvOS 13 delivers the most complete entertainment experience to everyone in the home."
tvOS is available to developers from today, with a full rollout scheduled for later this year. µ
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