Apple TV update is back after being pulled for technical issues

After downloading a software update last week, some of the device's users reported losing functionality and stored content. Apple has revamped the update, which is now again available for download.

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Apple TV's newest software update is back in action after being yanked over the weekend. The tech giant released a new version of its 6.0 software update on Monday, according to 9to5Mac.

The company recently pulled a version of its newest software update after reports that the update was bricking some users' set-top boxes and causing networking issues -- some users even reported losing stored content.

The original Apple TV 6.0 update was released on Friday and then taken down on Saturday. After 6.0 was pulled, the most recent version available for download was 5.3.

Users can now download the new version of Apple TV's 6.0 software from their device's Settings menu. The software includes the addition of iTunes Radio , the iTunes Music Store, and AirPlay from iCloud. The new AirPlay functionality lets Apple TV play content from iTunes in the Cloud rather than on users' AirPlay devices.

 

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