Don’t just talk at your favorite shows: With Siri, you can give commands to your Apple TV.
The fourth-generation Apple TV has a lot of great improvements over its predecessor, but one of its best features is Siri integration. Not only can the virtual personal assistant play and pause, but it can also search for content across media providers, give you info on specific movies, sports celebrities, weather, and more.
When you ask Siri what it can search for, it will respond, “I can search by title, people (actor, director, character name, guest star, producer, or writer), ratings (like PG or TV-G), reviews (such as best or worst), dates (like 2012 or the 80s), age (like kid-friendly or teen), seasons, episodes, and studio. And of course, I can search by genre.”
But, what else can Siri do?
How to use Siri on Apple TV
To activate Siri, press and hold the Siri button on your Siri remote. It’s the middle button on the left side of the remote with a microphone icon on it.
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