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Apple makes live changes to Apple TV’s All HD section


Apple TV users familiar with “All HD,” a sub-menu in the device that previously displayed a drab, grid-styled collection of all high-definition movies available for rent, will discover that Apple has just updated that interface with new features. The new “All HD” interface now parallels Apple TV’s “Top Movies,” “Top TV Shows,” “Top Music” and “Top Podcasts” menus, featuring a collection of five banners on the top of the screen, then Cover Flow-style scrolling lists of 25 “Top HD Rentals,” 29 “Just Added” titles, 29 “Must-See HD” titles, and 16 “Historical Dramas in HD” before displaying the old grid-style “All HD” list of high-definition titles. As with Apple TV’s “Top” sections, the Cover Flow scrolling lists can see their titles and contents updated dynamically by Apple, spotlighting different genres and titles.


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Same here in Germany. When we got TV-Shows the menu looked a bit clunky at all. During the last days (or weeks? - I know it was there before the last update on tuesday) Apple added new menues like “Top-TV-Sendungen” or “TV-Stationen” together with a nicer look for the listings.

Posted by Chris on April 16, 2008 at 12:32 PM (CDT)


They also should make a categorized section for just HD video podcast sections.  Im tired of having to shift through podcasts trying to sort out which ones are audio only, which are video only, which are SD, which are HD…. My head hurts…

Posted by Dizzle on April 16, 2008 at 9:53 PM (CDT)


Give me HD, or give me death! ;)

Posted by Galley in Greenville, SC on April 17, 2008 at 12:37 AM (CDT)

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