Some older Apple TVs are losing the YouTube application one month from now

Owners of some older Apple TVs will before long need to depend on AirPlay on the off chance that they need to watch YouTube content on their gadgets.

Starting right on time one month from now, third-age Apple TVs will at this point don’t uphold the YouTube application, a YouTube representative affirmed to Gizmodo.

Clients with these gadgets can in any case see some YouTube content, yet they’ll have to project it from another gadget as opposed to getting to it straightforwardly from their set-top box. 9to5Mac prior revealed the deficiency of help.

“We’re always working to ensure our users have the best experience on YouTube, and from time to time we need to make changes to our supported devices list,” a YouTube spokesperson told Gizmodo in a statement by email. “Starting in early March, the YouTube app will no longer be available on Apple TV 3rd generation devices.”

The change doesn’t influence newer generations of the Apple TV box. Streamers with an Apple TV 4K or Apple TV HD can in any case get to the YouTube application locally, as will iPhone and iPad proprietors.

After the change, Apple TV proprietors who likewise have iOS gadgets will actually want to transfer YouTube content by projecting it through AirPlay to any third-generation Apple TV.

How about we trust that the supposed next-generation Apple TV assists drives with bringing down the expenses of a portion of its more current existing models so redesigning is somewhat less cheaper. Something else, it’s an ideal opportunity to get settled with AirPlay.

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