Apple has released the first public beta of the upcoming tvOS 13 operating system for Apple TV devices and you can install it right even if you don’t have an Apple Developer account.
Unveiled eerier this month during the WWDC (Worldwide Developer Conference) 2019 event, the tvOS 13 operating system for Apple TV devices promises great new features and enhancements, among which we can mention multi-user support, an all-new TV app, along with an immersive new Home screen with full-screen video previews.
tvOS 13 also brings several new 4K HDR screen savers filmed under water, expanded support for game controllers like the PlayStation DualShock 4 and Xbox Wireless Controller with Bluetooth, support for the upcoming Apple Arcade game subscription service, as well as various improvements to the Apple Music app.
Here’s how to install tvOS 13 public beta on your Apple TV
Installing the tvOS 13 public beta is quite easy, but before diving into the installation process, we’ll have to warn you that this is a pre-release version that contains bugs and issues. Therefore, if you’re looking for a stable Apple TV experience, do not install the public beta versions of tvOS 13 and wait…