Weeks go by and the new Apple TV is much closer. In my case, as I have already explained in a previous article, I am going to install the fourth generation Apple TV in my bedroom since I have a small LED projector that gives me a 100-inch screen at my disposal with which I can view content in great detail.
One of the things that slowed me down was the audio, since at times when the neighbors slept, I couldn't use Bluetooth headphones natively with the Apple TV. How do you know this has changed and it is one of the improvements that have been introduced in this new model although it is not the only one.
Another improvement that those from Cupertino have implemented in the redesigned fourth generation Apple TV system is that thanks to its Siri Remote we will be able to do much more effective searches. Apple presented an adaptation of what Spotlight currently does in iOS 9.
They have called them Universal Searches and is that now the device will be able to search for content not only in the Apple TV but in the applications. In the presentation of the device, Apple named the iTunes, HBO, Hulu, Netflix and ShowTime applications as suitable for Siri to search within them for any content.
However, Apple has reported that it will open this type of search to all those developers who want Siri to find something within their applications. All this is possible thanks to Depp Links, which are the traces that developers must put inside their applications so that Siri can track them.