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Apple’s tvOS 16 didn’t attract as much attention as iOS 16 and iPad OS 16, but it provided much-needed updates to Apple TV 4K users. They’re getting another now.

According to our colleagues at T3, Apple secretly added HDR 10+ support to tvOS 16. HDR10+ is a video content HDR standard that is similar to HDR10 and DolbyVision. Although Apple’s tvOS already supported these standards, it has not yet accepted HDR10+.

Because Samsung TVs only support HDR10+, this was a problem for anyone who had one. This is largely due to the fact that HDR10+ was designed by Samsung, but it is also owing to the fact that DolbyVision is not free to use. Companies must licence it, as opposed to HDR10, which is an open standard. Google is even developing its own HDR10+ variant, Project Caviar, which, like HDR10, is an open standard that anybody may adopt.

However, Apple TV 4K owners won’t have to worry about that for the time being. The streaming box now supports HDR10, DolbyVision, and HDR10+, so you should be fine with whichever HDR-capable TV you have. Apple has upgraded its Apple TV app for Samsung Smart TVs to enable HDR10+, so you don’t even need an Apple TV to take use of the new features.

How to Make Apple TV HDR10+ Content Available on Your Samsung TV

The good news is that you won’t need to do anything to enable HDR10+ on your Apple TV 4K or Samsung Smart TV Apple TV app. You should be fine as long as you have the most recent version of tvOS 16 or the Samsung Apple TV app. Check out our instructions on how to download Apple tvOS 16 to ensure a flawless installation.

There is one catch: the content must be in HDR10+ format. If the content is not delivered to Apple in that format, Apple cannot magically convert it to HDR10+.

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