Just a month far from launching HBO Max, the firm has introduced that it is eliminating support from some Apple TV designs for its various other streaming solutions.
HBO revealed that beginning April 30th, the HBO Go and HBO Now applications will certainly be eliminated from the 2nd and 3rd generation, Apple TV.
The company described the change in an assistance record on the HBO Go Help Center website, saying that the firm was making the change to ensure “the most effective streaming experience” possible for its clients. A similar notification was posted to the HBO Now Help Center website also.
If you occur to be a proprietor of a 2nd or 3rd generation Apple TV, HBO is advising that you either use AirPlay or Chromecast to stream to your television or utilize a various streaming device. You can check to see which generation you have with Apple’s assistance web site.
You can check out the complete details of the modification pertaining to the 2nd as well as 3rd generation Apple TV below:
In order to provide the best streaming experience, we need to make some changes to our supported devices list. Starting on April 30, 2020, HBO GO will no longer be available on the Apple TV (2nd and 3rd generation). Not sure which Apple TV you have? Identify your Apple TV model.
If Apple TV was your primary streaming device, here are some other ways to stream HBO GO on your TV:
Stream HBO GO using another streaming player or a game console. For a list of supported devices, see Supported devices. Use AirPlay to stream HBO GO to your Apple TV. Use an HDMI cable to connect your phone, tablet, or computer to your TV. Use Chromecast to cast HBO GO from your phone, tablet, or computer to your TV.