This is Everything New in tvOS 12 for Apple TV including Zero Sign-on

This morning Apple made major announcements at their Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) to Apple TV and tvOS — including a brand new update to Apple TV devices called tvOS 12.

Apple announced that Apple TV sales have grown 50% year-over-year. Cable providers across the world have started to use the device to replace the set-top box including Charter Spectrum (United States) and Canal Plus (France).

The most noticeable enhancement will be a feature called Zero Sign-On which will allow you to be automatically logged into TV Everywhere Apps if you are connected to your cable provider’s broadband.

This will first roll-out with Charter Spectrum later this year with others cable providers to follow.

What are the New Features in tvOS 12 for Apple TV 4K?

Zero Sign-on for TV Everywhere

If you get your broadband from your cable provider, you will now automatically logged into TV Everywhere Apps.

More Channel Support for TV App

TV App now supports 100+ video channels including live news and sports

New Aerials

New screensavers including those shot from the international space station.

Support for Dolby Atmos

Apple TV will now be the only streaming player with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support.

iTunes Purchases Upgraded to Dolby Atmos

All movies with Atmos support will be automatically upgraded for existing purchases.

How to Get an Apple TV 4K for $0

Get Apple TV 4K ($180 value) for $0 when you prepay for 3 months of DIRECTV NOW.