Apple has seeded tvOS 15.5 release candidate to developers. The update is available via Apple Developer Center, while a public beta is expected to be released in a few days.
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What’s new in tvOS 15.5 release candidate?
May 12: Apple released tvOS 15.5 release candidate to developers.
What’s new in tvOS 15.5 beta 4?
May 3: Apple has released the fourth beta for tvOS 15.5.
What’s new in tvOS 15.5 beta 3?
April 26: Apple has released the third beta for tvOS 15.5. We will update this post if we find anything new.
What’s new in tvOS 15.5 beta 2?
April 19: Apple has released the second developer beta for tvOS 15.5. We will update this post as we find new features.
What’s new in tvOS 15.5 beta 1?
April 6: Apple has released the first public beta for tvOS 15.5.
Apple has not shared any release notes for this update so far. It is likely that this update has under-the-hood bug fixes and performance improvements. We will update this post if we find anything new.
Apple had released tvOS 15 as a major update which included new features such as Spatial Audio support for AirPods Pro and AirPods Max, stereo pairing with HomePod mini, “Hey Siri” command support to control Apple TV from other devices, and “Shared with You” support to highlight content shared with you via messages. Since then, Apple released tvOS 15.1 with SharePlay, tvOS 15.2 with Apple Music Voice Plan, new screen savers, and app updates, tvOS 15.3 with Siri improvements, and tvOS 15.4 with picture-in-picture mode for home cameras, Captive Wi-Fi network support and more.
Does your Apple TV support tvOS 15.5 beta?
tvOS 15.5 can be installed on the following Apple TV models:
- Apple TV HD
- Apple TV 4K (2017)
- Apple TV 4K (2021)
Upgrade Apple TV to tvOS 15.5 beta
Since this is a beta, it is not recommended that you install it on your main device. However, if you are an enthusiast, we suggest waiting for the public beta, which is simple o update.
However, upgrading Apple TV to tvOS 15.5 developer beta is not a simple process. It requires using Xcode and connecting the Apple TV to a Mac. You can check out our guide linked below if you still want to go ahead with installing the developer beta.