Apple has just released to developers the fourth beta version of the impending tvOS 16 upgrade for the sake of testing. This beta comes three weeks after Apple released the third beta version of tvOS 16 to developers.
The latest beta version of tvOS, version 16, may be obtained by developers by downloading a profile onto an Apple TV using Xcode.
Cross-device connectivity is a feature of tvOS 16 that lets developers combine Apple TV apps with apps for the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch to give TV users new experiences. Apple has also improved how multiple user profiles work in tvOS 16 by adding a shared keychain. This way, users won’t have to sign in and choose their profile when they open an Apple TV app.
The tvOS 16 Apple TV app now features support for HDR10+, in addition to the Nintendo Joy-Cons and the Pro Controller, which were both previously supported game controllers. With the release of tvOS 16, the Apple TV will adopt Matter, which is a forthcoming standard that will increase the interoperability of smart home accessories manufactured by a variety of various firms.
Along with the fourth beta version of tvOS 16, Apple has also published a new version of the HomePod software.