Apple Seeds RC Version of tvOS 14.3 Update to Developers

Apple today seeded the fourth beta of an upcoming tvOS 14.3 update to developers for testing purposes, one week after the release of the third beta.

Designed for the fourth and fifth-generation Apple TV models, the tvOS 14.3 developer beta can be downloaded onto the ‌‌‌‌‌‌‌Apple TV‌‌‌‌‌‌‌ via a profile that's installed using Xcode.

Other than new releases, tvOS updates are often minor in scale, focusing on under-the-hood bug fixes and improvements rather than major outward-facing changes. There's no word yet on what's included in tvOS 14.3 update, but we'll update this article should anything new be found.

Though we don't often know what's new in tvOS during the beta testing process, we let MacRumors readers know when new updates are available so those who are developers can download it upon release.

Apple's tvOS 14 update brought expanded Picture in Picture support, new HomeKit integration with HomeKit Secure Video cameras, support for multiple Apple Arcade profiles, and more, with details available in our tvOS 14 roundup.

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gowhitestripes Avatar
33 months ago
All I want is for PS5 controllers to work. I bought 2 to use with Apple Arcade (after someone posted they work). Sigh.
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nwcs Avatar
33 months ago
I don’t know why it’s so hard for Apple to give anything specific about tvOS updates. I’m sure most of the changes are underlying shared iOS code but they could still itemize some specifics.
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mightylodek Avatar
33 months ago
I'm hoping they fix the 14.2 bug which broke Sonos speakers via Airplay. Prior to 14.2 I had no issues :(
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