A few days ago, Apple released a new tvOS update for its TV platform, which also took the applications of the pay TV provider Sky out of service. Sky Ticket could no longer be used on available Apple TV devices. For a short time, Sky was cheeky enough to recommend that customers switch to other hardware on which the Sky Q app wouldn’t run at all. […]
A few days ago, Apple released a new tvOS update for its TV platform, which also took the applications of the pay TV provider Sky out of service. Sky Ticket could no longer be used on available Apple TV devices. Sky was even so cheeky for a short time in recommending that customers switch to other hardware where the Sky Q app isn’t even available. Probably a typo at an inopportune time. The only alternative was not to update tvOS to version 13. Sky Q users had to struggle with video streaming interruptions.
Sky has updated Apple TV apps
On October 3, 2019, and thus timely enough at least for the Bundesliga, the absolutely necessary update was provided for the Sky apps so that they can now be used again with tvOS 13. Perhaps the Sky developers had fallen asleep a bit earlier and they ignored the upcoming tvOS 13 update and its changes, but that’s just speculative at this point. So be it, now everything should go back to working as usual.
Software updates are now available for Sky Ticket and for the Sky Q app on Apple TV that are compatible with the tvOS 13 operating system and thus solve the problem.
You can also read about the “satisfaction” of Sky’s many customers in the comments. Also, there are regular problems with Sky streaming offerings, I would like a little more resources for better and more stable products.