Apple has been paying close attention to the interaction of its devices with the user. IOS and macOS are serious and extremely eye-catching gadgets. Apple has just added a few video screens to Apple TV.
The new ones all have underwater themes. I will make a recommendation for the Sunday after lunch: bring down the blind for a "half mast", sit comfortably on the sofa, blanket if the temperature needs it, mute the cellphone, and install one of these screens.
This week Apple surprised us with a new set of Apple TV HD and Apple TV 4K animated screens. When you use Aerial Screenwork, the device will automatically download and appear in exchange with other existing videos.
These new videos were added this week. They are available in two possible modes: 1080p and 4K. They should appear on any Apple TV compatible with tvOS. This new group of videos includes coral reefs, proximity to underwater species such as radiation and humpback whales and a herd of dolphins. There are also jellyfish from Alaskan jellies.
The full-screen animated catalog of the Apple TV now reaches over 80 videos Here is a list of news included in this week's update:
- Alaska Jellyfish 2
- 2 Waves in Tahiti
- California Dolphins
- California Algae Forest
- Costa Rica Dolphins
- Cownose rays
- Gray Reef Shark
- Humpback Whale
- Coral Red Coral
You can download them now by choosing Aadium as the screen saver on your Apple TV. TvOS downloads new videos as scheduled. Remember that you can change the video by sliding left or right from the remote control. If you want to see them all, Benjamin Mayo posted them on his blog. You can see them coming in with Safari.