Apple TV is getting picture-in-picture video playback
Apple is never keen to talk about forthcoming new features until they are ready to launch, but sometimes beta releases reveal stuff early. That's exactly what tvOS 13 beta 2 just did, by revealing Apple TV ($199.00 at Walmart) is getting a picture-in-picture video playback feature.
As 9To5Mac reports, picture-in-picture was discovered by Twitter user Nikolaj Hansen-Turton who posted a video of it in action after installing the tvOS beta 2 release.
Let me make a video…
— Nikolaj Hansen-Turton (@nikolajht) June 17, 2019
The video plays in the right-hand corner of the screen allowing the Apple TV interface to be navigated. It's possible to bring up a small menu over the playing video with three options available. The icon on the left maximizes the video, while the icon on the right closes the video. The middle icon allows the video window to be moved between top left, top right, bottom left, and bottom right positions. Read more...More about Apple Tv, Video Playback, Tech, and Streaming Services