Apple TV, Chromecast, and Chromecast Ultra can now play both HDMI 2.0 and HDMI 1.4 signals.
Apple TV and Chromecasts that support these devices now can use Apple TV’s native Apple Remote for input.
The new feature allows you to use Apple Remote to play a HDMI 2 and 3 signal, and it works for all Apple TV models.
This allows you, for example, to play two HDMI signals from a single Apple TV set up, or play two different signals from multiple Apple TV sets.
That makes it possible to use the remote for both TV remotes, Chromecasters, and Apple TV.
Apple TV can also support both HDMI 1 and HDMI 2 signals, and this will be possible in the future.
While the HDMI 2 support is great, the new feature is useful for other applications as well.
I recently created a new video editing app on my Mac that was using a Mac AirPort Extreme with an Apple TV with the RemoteKit app.
When the app was open, I could stream video to my Mac using the Apple Remote, but the new functionality allowed me to stream my audio to the Mac without having to load an external app.
I could also use my Mac to play back my audio when it was in the background and have it play back to my Apple TV at the same time.
The new ability to stream and play back audio on your Mac at the exact same time opens up a new world of possibilities.
Even though the feature is very useful for Mac users, it’s also useful for video editing on Macs that use external speakers.
Using an external speaker to stream audio to a Mac on a Mac, such as a pair of speakers, or an external audio recorder, could also be very useful.
Apple has also added a new feature to the Apple TV app that lets you watch movies and TV shows on your Apple TV through the Apple remote.
If you’re a fan of watching movies and other TV shows in your living room with your Mac, you can now watch those movies and shows on the Apple iOS app.
This feature will be available in the coming weeks.
The Apple TV remote now has a new look.
The redesigned Apple TV Remote is much more functional than the older version that debuted with iOS 6.
Instead of a plastic case, the newer version has a sleek metal case that you can remove from the remote and access its controls with the touch of a button.
One of the most notable new features is the redesigned remote’s ability to play music, videos, and photos from the Apple Music app on your TV.
You can also use the Remote to access and search for media from the Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu apps on your iOS device, as well as access the Apple Watch app on the iOS device.
Finally, the Remote will display and control the Apple iPad Air and iPad Mini 2 when connected to the iPhone.
These two devices, along with the iPad Pro and iPad Air 2, are the only devices that will be able to play Apple TV content through the built-in AirPlay audio streaming system.
Apple’s iOS devices now support AirPlay.
For iOS devices that have iOS 7, 9, or 10 installed, the AirPlay app will now be automatically installed on your device, and you’ll be able access AirPlay from any of your Apple devices.
All the features of AirPlay are available to the other devices, so you’ll still be able play movies and music on those devices.
AirPlay supports streaming from a Mac to the iPad Air or iPad Mini, the Apple AirPort Express, and AirPlay-enabled iPhones and iPads.