Apple is rolling out a firmware update to support the new Apple TV.
The update is available now to users who have purchased the Apple Watch Series 2 and Apple Watch Sport.
The company also notes that a handful of apps have been updated to support new hardware features.
The Apple TV now supports Apple Pay, making it easier to buy movies and TV shows online and access apps like Netflix and Hulu Plus.
The company is also making the new model compatible with Apple Pay.
There are a number of improvements to the Apple Remote app, which can now open movies from your home network or other apps.
The Apple TV remote also has a new menu for setting up an Apple TV app.
The new Apple Remote can now control the Apple AirPlay media receiver.
It can also launch apps like iTunes, iPhoto, Photos, and Pages.
The new Remote app is now available for both Android and iOS.
The tvOS Remote app has been updated with a new “Smart TV Remote” section for adding, managing, and controlling various remote features.
There’s a new set of settings for adjusting volume, brightness, and video quality.
The tvOS Home screen now has a list of “settings” that can be adjusted using the Home button.
Apple is also adding a new control icon on the Apple Music app, making its new Music app easier to access.