Apple TV app for Xbox supports Dolby Vision

Apple TV and Xbox

With the release of the Apple TV app for the Xbox, Apple introduced Dolby Atmos support, however, Dolby Vision support was left in the pipeline. Fortunately, Xbox users who use this device as a media center didn’t have to wait long to experience this quality of sound.

Microsoft has announced that the Apple TV app for the Xbox Series X and Series S will receive a new update throughout this week, a updated to include support for Dolby Vision

to “enjoy an unparalleled experience” of content available through Apple TV, according to the Redmond-based company.

According to Microsoft:

Discover an extraordinary entertainment experience with the ultra-vivid image of Dolby Vision. Enjoy a wider color spectrum with lights up to 40 times brighter and blacks 10 times darker than a standard image.

The first thing users need to do is check if the Dolby Vision logo It can be found at the bottom of the movie or series playback page in the Apple TV app or during playback by pressing the B button on the remote.

Along with this update, Microsoft is also adding support for Spotify, Discovery +, Paramount + and IMDb TV video podcasts among many other new options available through the Microsoft Store for Xbox.

Microsoft and Apple released the app Apple TV for Xbox Series X and Series S at the beginning of last November, a few days before the arrival on the market of the new generations of consoles from Microsoft and Sony.



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