Apple confirmed to Buzzfeed that the new Apple TV will add Siri support for Apple Music starting early next year. This means using Siri’s universal search feature will allow users to search for their favorite songs straight from the new device.
“Apple confirmed to BuzzFeed News that Siri is coming to Apple Music on Apple TV at the beginning of next year.”
“This means that using the Apple TV remote control, people will be able to say, “Play ‘Hotline Bling’” or “Play the newest Taylor Swift album,” and Siri will take it from there.”
Doing some research, most reviewers were in agreement that Siri’s universal search feature was really good. This feature allows system-wide searching for video content, and the new Apple TV will now be capable of carrying out similar searches for music.
By extending Siri search for music to the set-top box platform, it provides an additional incentive to hand over cash for an Apple Music subscription. Apple recently noted that so far 6.5 million users are paying for the service at the end of their three-month free trail.
Lastly, the new Apple TV started shipping and will go on sale in Apple’s retail stores tomorrow. With that said, are you excited about the new Apple TV? Let us know what you think in the comments below.
Source info: Buzzfeed
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