Apple today has made tvOS 9.2 available to all Apple TV 4 owner across the world for installation. This follows in the footsteps of iOS 9.3, OS X El Capitan 10.11.4, and watchOS 2.2. This comes after a very lengthy beta process we followed for over two months.
tvOS 9.2 adds lots of new features, like support for pairing Bluetooth keyboards, Folders organisation for apps on the home screen, a new App Switcher UI, a native Apple Podcasts app, support for two new Siri languages: US Spanish and French Canadian, access to a user’s entire iCloud Photo Library right from the comfort of their sofa, the ability to view Live Photos taken with an iPhone 6s/Plus/SE, text input via dictation rather typing it using Siri on the Apple TV Remote, updated firmware for the Remote, and a “What’s New” section found in the System menu in Settings.
Your Apple TV 4 should update itself to tvOS 9.2 by default, however if you don’t feel like waiting for that to happen, you an head over to Settings > System > Software Updates > Update Software. This will download and install the update, but be patient as these things tend to take a little while. If you need more assistance with updating, take a peek at Apple’s official article explaining the whole process.
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