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With iOS 15.2 beta 2, the Apple TV app for iPad receives a redesigned sidebar and a dedicated Store tab.

The second beta of iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2 for developers was published today, and it includes kid communication safety measures in iMessage and a Hide My Email option in Apple’s Mail app. Today’s beta also includes a new sidebar for the Apple TV app for iPad, which has been redesigned. In addition, the app now has a dedicated Store tab.

The new sidebar, which replaces the tab bar at the bottom of the screen, is the first thing iPad users will see when they first start the Apple TV app on their iPad. All aspects of the Apple TV app, including Watch Now, Apple TV+ Originals, Search, and Library, are easily accessible from there.

The sidebar looks identical to that of other iPad apps that feature it, like as Music, Photos, and even Safari. With iOS 15.2 beta 2 and macOS Monterey 12.1 beta 2, iPhone and Mac users will get a new dedicated Store tab in the Apple TV app.

Previously, the iTunes Store’s movies and TV series were mixed with the Apple TV app’s content, making it difficult to browse just for entertainment that could be purchased. The Store page, as predicted, only shows what’s available for purchase or rental in the iTunes Store, but customers can still verify if the material is also accessible on a compatible streaming service.

We don’t know when iOS 15.2 will be released to the general public, but it’ll most likely be before the end of the year.

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