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Apple's new TV app shows how painfully behind it is
Apple's latest attempt to crack digital TV arrived yesterday in the form of a name change most consumers might not even notice. It's simply called TV, and the new app replaced Apple's Videos app with the release of iOS 10.2. It's a neat addition for the iPhone and iPad, but it's designed to shine on the Apple TV, where the app is supposed to hijack the interfaces and libraries of nearly every content provider available to offer a central location for all your TV needs. By opening TV, you can search for any show or movie, sync your many video accounts, and let Apple override the clumsy and disparate designs served up by other media companies.