FaceTime is coming to Apple TV – Engadget 中文版

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The concept of “connecting and interoperability of cameras” on Mac computers is now being applied to televisions by Apple. In tvOS 17, which will be officially launched this fall, users can use this feature to enable FaceTime calls with an iPhone or iPad camera and microphone on a TV connected to an Apple TV. You can start chatting directly on the Apple TV, or run it on your mobile device and connect it to your TV. During video conferencing, FaceTime for tvOS can also provide functions such as node centralization, simulcasting and sharing. Notifications also appear on the TV screen when there are other FaceTime calls or incoming calls. However, the identity of the other party will be masked to protect the privacy of users on shared devices.

Cisco Webex and Zoom, both launching on tvOS later this year, should also take advantage of Connected Cameras. This solution will also improve the Apple Music singing experience, users can also see themselves on the screen while singing a song, and can use filters to add fun. In addition, Apple has also redesigned the tvOS Control Center and brought the ability to find the Siri remote. The new system will also support Dolby Vision 8.1 and third-party VPNs When paired with suitable speakers (such as the second generation HomePod), it can also use the dialogue enhancement function to separate the character dialogue from the background noise and provide clearer voice in the middle channel, playback effect.


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