Apple has released its tvOS 16.3.3 update with fixes for the Siri remote bug. As MacRumors reports, the tvOS 16.3.3 update can be downloaded over the air through the Settings application on the Apple TV by navigating to System and then Software Update. Apple TV owners who have enabled automatic software updates will automatically receive the tvOS 16.3.3 upgrade.
This update is limited to the 3rd generation Apple TV 4K only. “This update fixes an issue causing the Siri Remote to become unresponsive on Apple TV 4K (3rd Generation),” the company said. In December last year, news broke that the iPhone maker was planning to launch its TV application on Android smartphones soon.
With the Apple TV app, Android smartphone users will have a more convenient way to access the Apple TV+ streaming service instead of relying on tv.apple.com on the web.
Apple is planning to launch a new slate of Mac computers, including a new iMac, a new Mac Pro, and new MacBook Air models. According to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, Apple will launch at least two MacBook Air models. According to the report, the 13-inch MacBook Air will get an upgrade, making it the first 15-inch model in the MacBook Air series. Also Read – Apple may launch new MacBook Pro today: Here’s what to expect
In his Power On newsletter, Gurman said that Apple will upgrade the MacBook Air series with the new model, but that specifics like the chip are “a little less clear” at the moment. Speculations are rife that the all-new 15-inch MacBook Air may feature the older M2 chip, while the 13-inch MacBook Air may feature Apple’s next M3 chip.
That’s because the 15-inch MacBook Air with the M2 chip will get some attention from customers, but the 13-inch MacBook Air with the M2 chip won’t, given that it’s already available. So using a newer chipset on the 13-inch MacBook Air would be a laudable strategy. The report suggests that it could be the M3 chip. Furthermore, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently said that the 15-inch MacBook Air could come with an M2 or M2 Pro chipset, so the possibility of an M3 chip on the larger-screen MacBook Air seems unlikely.
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