Although this is not strangely mentioned in Apple's WWDC speech, tvOS 13 beta 2 has a nice surprise: support for video playback in pictures.
You can now watch shows from the Apple TV app while multitasking around the rest of the operating system. Like the iPad, Apple TV users can leave playing the video in a thumbnail window while navigating the rest of the operating system.
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Picture-in-Picture was introduced for the first time in iOS 9 as a multitasking feature for iPad. He now seems to be heading towards the big screen.
Users can start a video in full screen, then change the application and continue to watch the video playing in a thumbnail. The commands overlaid on the video allow you to return to the application or terminate the playback of the video directly.
tvOS 13 includes several new changes made to the Apple TV experience, including a redesigned home screen with a new Top Shelf experience. Applications will be able to display videos in the background of the home screen, which will allow users to preview the content to watch before diving into an application.
tvOS 13 also adds multi-user support so families can have separate queues and not interfere with each other's recommendations.
Finally, tvOS 13 will include a series of new Under the Sea screensavers in collaboration with the BBC.
– Nikolaj Hansen-Turton (@nikolajht) June 17, 2019
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