Apple shifting its attention back to voice control on the Apple TV. To recall, the Siri Remote that comes with the new Apple TV enables Siri-based voice search. The company has been looking to bring Siri search support for Apple Music on the Apple TV. Now, the Cupertino-based company has seeded tvOS 9.2 beta 3 to developers, and among other features, it comes with a voice dictation feature.
The inclusion of the feature allows a user to speak to the Siri-enabled remote to dictate text (making search queries that much easier) as well as ask queries such as a weather update. MacRumors reports users will see a live level meter on the screen, which will help to know whether the feature is activated. Prior to this, users were required to enter text after doing a plethora of swipes and clicks across a horizontal row of letters. Users will now be able dictate text into any field.
In addition, tvOS 9.2 beta 3 also brings with it the ability search the App Store from anywhere in the Apple TV interface. Users are required