One of the most useful features of Apple’s new Apple TV is its Siri-enabled universal search. It’s something Apple TV owners have been asking about for years — the ability to quickly and effectively search across multiple video platforms simultaneously. And now that Apple’s enabled it for video, the company is working to extend it to music as well. In a few months, Apple TV owners will be able to tell the device to find a song or album the same way they’d tell it to find a movie.
Apple confirmed to the site that users will soon be able to make Siri requests to find and play music just like they do on their iPhone. The feature will make playing music on the Apple TV much easier. Recent reviews of the device noted that it was strange omission from launch.
The new Apple TV can already be ordered from the online Apple Store and Best Buy. The 32GB Apple TV 4 costs $149 and the 64GB version costs $199.
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