Following up on its unique plan to end support
for older Apple TVs, iPhones, iPods and iPads as a result of API adjustments, YouTube is now not out there on 2d-era Apple TVs and iOS units synthetic in 2012 and in advance, as first said 9to5Mac.x
Apple has been pressured to take away the YouTube app from its older Apple TVs as a result of Google deprecating APIs that have been utilized by sure older Apple units to get right of entry to the video streaming carrier. The adjustments made to the Data API of YouTube has additionally ended in YouTube to prevent running on older Google TV units, sure Blu-ray gamers, Sony-branded TVs and a couple of different units. On those units although, the app will live to tell the tale, although it is going to merely prevent functioning.
If you personal a 2d gen or older Apple TV, there isn't so much that you'll be able to do excluding for upgrading to the up to date model of the software, particularly when you consider that Apple now sells one for best $69.
The following units synthetic in 2012 and in advance are affected:
- Sony TVs and Blu-ray Discs
- Panasonic TVs and Blu-ray Discs
- Sony Playstation Vita
- Older iOS (iOS 5 and in advance) units
- Older AppleTV (1st and 2d gen)
- Older set-most sensible bins (ex, DirectTV)