Graham, I believe that will come with iOS 8.1.
Only the third-gen Apple TV gets the new interface and Beats app. The second-gen device gets updated, but with no new features I can see. I believe this is the first time the "2" has gotten left behind after an update. I'll admit to being surprised by that -- I didn't think the two devices were different enough under the hood to make that much of a difference. I haven't yet seen whether or not peer-to-peer AirPlay works.
That's a great question, domsin -- I'll see what I can dig up and will try to post a follow-up article.
@mhikl That's a wonderfully thoughtful response -- thanks so much for taking the time to share it! Hopefully, we'll reconvene to talk about the Apple Watch when it comes out.
Thanks, Kenoodle, I appreciate it!
Thanks, mhikl -- we had a great time doing it. I'd love to hear your feedback.
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Great find, Kelly -- I've been wondering about that! --Chuck
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