Some kinfolks who buy or payment movies on Apple TV are running into a major issue when they watch films through the app. Occasionally, flicks are playing without audio, according to 9to5 Mac. The imperfection is reportedly affecting many structures that support the TV app, including smart TVs, the Apple TV device and other stream manoeuvres, such as Roku deposits and Chromecast with Google TV. The issue seems to have been occurring for at least the last month.
@AppleTV please tell me “whats going on” … watched preview of one movie examined good … rented, but then after renting … no din. Picked another movie … preview fine … perfect reverberate … rented … no clang ?? Am now out like $40 and still can’t watch anything!
— Denten McDougall (@ kb1854) July 31, 2021
@apple non of your appletv movies working man hit man wifes mas patrol with no sound
— shaunbless (@ shaunbless) July 31, 2021
@AppleTV I’ve purchased a film but it has no sound to it. Not extremely amazed regardles you can help
— Soph’e (@ Soph_e0 0) July 28, 2021
The cause of the issue is unclear. 9to5 Mac ruminates the Tv app may not be decoding the audio way correctly due to a problem with digital privileges control( DRM ). According to the report, customers have been having mixed success when seeking rebates due to the issue — Apple apparently hasn’t fulfilled all such askings from purchasers, though it’s not clear why. Engadget has contacted Apple for comment.
Whatever the cause of the problem, it’s undoubtedly stymie to spend money to hire or buy a cinema merely to find you’re missing out on a significant proportion of the experience. If you do encounter this problem, it might be worth connecting your Apple account to Movies Anywhere and see if the movies you bought on the iTunes Store play properly there.
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