Updated November 30, 2018 06:18:07The BBC has unveiled a new streaming device that can stream a selection of BBC programmes on demand to the new Apple TV, while also allowing users to revisit the original BBC television series that inspired it.
The Remembrance Device was introduced to Apple TV last year and the new app, called Remembrance, has been built using a custom framework that includes the BBC World Service and the BBC Radio 4 Today programme.
Users can stream Remembrance from the Remembrance app on their iPhone or iPad using an optional adapter and then switch to the Apple TV.
The device comes with a 10.1-inch screen, an HDMI 2.0 port, an Ethernet port and two USB 2.1 ports.
The app will also show you the first four episodes of Remembrance as they air.
To use the device, users first need to enable the new “Stream” feature.
The app will then launch on the device and will ask you for your Apple ID and password.
The screen will then flash and an app icon will appear at the top of the screen.
The iOS version of the app allows users to watch Remembrance on their Apple TV or Mac via an Apple TV remote.
However, the new App Store version of Rememasure will only work with the Apple television.
To stream the Remembrances content on the Apple device, the user must first enable “Streaming” on the app and then press the button to start the stream.
Users will be able to select a stream by pressing the arrow icon at the bottom of the stream list.
Once selected, a stream will then begin.
Once the stream is over, the device will flash and the App Store icon will start blinking.
The Apple TV version of this device also has an Ethernet jack, a microphone and a microSD card slot.
A small USB port is also present.
Users also have the option to enable “Video Streaming” in the app.
The new version will then display a menu that allows users select what they want to watch, which can include “The Remembrains Remembrans Remembrands” and “The Doctor’s Remembrases Remembranches”.
Users can also select “Pause” and the app will pause the stream until the next time it is available.
Users must also have a subscription to the BBC Worldwide service to stream the BBC content.
Users who are new to the Remember service will need to enter a password before using the device.