One of the best news announced for tvOS 10, l in the long run since June, was the feature of Single Sign-on, which would allow users to log into a series of streaming on your Apple TVs without having to face the dreaded virtual keyboard or any other text input, just logging in to your own Apple account would be enough to log you into several services.
The function, however, did not come with the initial launch of tvOS 10, with Ma promising it for ?soon?. Now, finally, test users in the United States are getting the feature not only on their Apple TVs, but also on iPhones, iPads and iPods touch.
The feature is already available to all Americans whose devices run the beta versions of tvOS 10.1 or iOS 10.2, and initially supports Dish Network, Hotwire, Sling TV and GVTC Communications for now, the figures of the digital media world , like Netflix and Hulu, have not yet entered the play, but other services are likely to be added before the feature goes live for all users.
To access the Single Sign-on, you need to go to Apple TV or iGadget concerned and choose your service to enter login information from, they will be linked to your Apple ID for a simplified experience on all devices going forward.
We hope that in the afternoon until the function arrives here, but in the case of Apple, no