A few weeks ago, iBooks was still in the midst of a huge, expensive upgrade.
The new app had added a lot of new features to iBooks that made the app even more appealing, including Siri, a built-in remote control, and a redesigned app interface.
The biggest change was that now, instead of having to purchase a subscription to iBookstore, you can buy iBooks on your iPhone.
That made it much easier to find iBooks content, but it also meant that you had to spend a lot more time to find the content you wanted.
This was the biggest problem with the Apple TV app.
While it was a great feature for iBooks, it was really not that useful for tvOS.
There were some interesting uses of tvOS that were possible in tvOS, but they required that you purchase a TV service.
I also found that there was a lot less content available in tvO compared to tvOS 3.
In tvOS 2, the AppleTV app had a number of features that made it more than useful.
The most notable of those was the ability to search for tv content, which made it a really nice addition to tvO.
On the other hand, tvOS 4 made the AppleTv app much more appealing.
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