Fri. Jul 10th, 2020

Apple brings a new picture-in-picture mode to tvOS 14

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At the Apple WWDC 2020 Developer Conference, Apple provided updates to the operating systems on almost all of their hardware products, including iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, and macOS, and tvOS, which rarely gets updated.

tvOS is an operating system designed by Apple specifically for Apple TV. The experience has always been excellent. This time tvOS 14 brings some very useful functions.

A new picture-in-picture display mode has been added to tvOS 14, which allows you to use two applications at the same time. For example, you can watch TV at the same time during fitness, or you can use a Homekit-compatible camera to talk to guests outside your house. To put it bluntly, the picture-in-picture mode launched by the Android system a few years ago is still a very practical function.

In addition, tvOS 14 has also added the ability to quickly switch between different users on the home screen, so that users can immediately continue the game from their game progress, making the entertainment experience smoother.

Apple brings a new picture-in-picture display mode to tvOS 14 and a more convenient user switching function. tvOS 14 has also improved support for Apple’s airdrop feature, Airplay. Now you can stream 4K resolution video from your iPhone to your TV, so you can watch your own shots in full resolution film.