TV 3D was once a popular commodity, but eventually faded away with the passage of time. However, the latest tvOS 17.2 Beta in the Apple TV app is now hinting at the arrival of 3D movies. It is expected that viewers will need to use the Apple Vision Pro glasses in order to enjoy these movies.
During the introduction of Apple Vision Pro, there was a video that showcased its ability to display 3D movies. However, it did not specify which format it would be in. Recently, FlatpanelsHD, a website that presents TV-related news, discovered that the Apple TV app has started labeling certain movies as 3D. The 3D icon is placed alongside the icon that indicates brief details about the movie, such as 4K, Dolby Vision, and Dolby Atmos.
Here is a list of all the movies that have been labeled as 3D:
– 47 Ronin
– Cirque Du Soleil: Worlds Away
– Hansel and Gretel Witch Hunters
– Jurassic World Dominion
– Kung Fu Panda 3
– Mortal Engines
– Pacific Rim Uprising
– Tad the Lost Explorer and the Secret of King Midas
– The Boss Baby: Family Business
– The Little Princess
– The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature
– The Secret Life of Pets 2
– Trolls World Tour
The addition of 3D movies may seem sudden and peculiar since the Vision Pro glasses have not yet been released. Furthermore, TVs that support 3D viewing were last sold in 2017. Although Apple is bringing back the trend of watching 3D movies at home, TV manufacturers will likely take some time to reintroduce this feature in their TVs as well.
TLDR: The Apple TV app in tvOS 17.2 Beta has started labeling certain movies as 3D, hinting at the arrival of 3D movies. Viewers will likely need to use the Apple Vision Pro glasses to enjoy these movies. However, the glasses have not yet been released, and TVs that support 3D viewing were last sold in 2017. While Apple is bringing back the trend of 3D movies, it may take some time for TV manufacturers to reintroduce this feature in their TVs.