iPad maker Apple has dished out a new software for its Apple TV, bringing a range of bug fixes to the media streaming platform.
The iOS 4.2.2 update fixes a number of bugs including the one which resulted in lack of audio while playing certain videos.
According to a report on Apple Insider, although the update has been publicly termed as iOS 4.2.2, internally it is known as iOS 4.3 build 8F305.
Apart from the issue mentioned above, the software update also addresses an issue in which video is not displayed when playing some content. The company has also added an audio output setting which allows switching to 16-bit audio for compatibility with some TV and AV receivers.
The company also updated the ability to fast-forward and rewind live event on Apple TV. The update also fixes an issue which prevented information from being displayed for some movies. Apple has also fixed an issue in which YouTube subscription videos were not ordered by date.
The update, which is available over-the-air by accessing menu settings on Apple TV, is not available for the original Apple TV devices which were based on Intel hardware.