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#223248 20-Sep-2017 17:52
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Updated the ATV4 in the house.


Still no Siri, and to be honest no longer expect this to ever arrive.


However, I have also noted that when  streaming from my local iTunes server the ability to show "unwatched" is gone from both TV and the Movie options.


The layout no longer has a text/title only option which was far easier to scroll though than the "cover art" tiles they use now.


TV episodes have little ticks to show you have watched them only when you are at the episode level, if you are are the series level there is no indication


if there are unwatched episodes in any of the series.


Movies, nothing, no indication you have watched any of them at all.


Layout is inconsistent, Movies, TV Shows, Podcasts have a choice/selection bar down the left side of the screen, music is on the right hand side, This took 2 seconds to see and Apple allow it to be released like this ??????


No ability to change the "recently added" from 10 to anything else.




I will be looking at how to "downgrade" if at all possible, the previous version had over all better functionality.

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  #1869682 20-Sep-2017 19:05
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You can't downgrade - only upgrade I believe as Apple stops signing older firmware.

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  #1869683 20-Sep-2017 19:06
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I believe that 10.2.2 is still being signed... but don't waste any time.


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  #1869693 20-Sep-2017 19:35
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I believe that 10.2.2 is still being signed... but don't waste any time.





Yep got the file and now need to get a USB-C cable so I can put it back to 10.2.2

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