Apple have started to roll out its new ‘under the sea’ screensavers to Apple TV HD and Apple TV 4K users.

Produced in partnership with the BBC’s Natural History Unit and shot in 4K HDR, the new additions to Apple’s ‘Aerial’ screensavers offer multiple stunning looks at the underwater world.

Joining last years shots from space taken by the International Space Station and panoramic vistas shot around the world, the underwater clips round out what has fast become a signature feature of our favourite set-top box. The underwater clips are still referenced as Aerials by Apple when they are not aerial shots. The hope is that more user management of Apple TV’s screensavers – including category filtering – will come in an iterative update to tvOS in the near future.

The beautiful footage which includes barracuda, palua coral and jellyfish is also joined by a handful of new shots from the International Space Station.
The complete list of new additions follow:

Space: Atlantic Ocean to Spain and France

Space: Australia

Space: Caribbean

Space: Nile Delta

Space: South Africa to North Asia

Sea: Barrucada

Sea: Bumpheads

Sea: Jacks

Sea: Kelp

Sea: Palau Coral

Sea: Palua Jellies

Sea: Sea Stars

Sea: Seals

To make sure you receive the new ‘Aerial’ screensavers promptly, simply hop into the screen saver settings and change the ‘Download New Video’ preference to daily.
Whilst you wait to for the download to appear, you can view all the new screensavers on demand by visiting the personal blog of Benjamin Mayo. Our esteemed friend hosts an archive of Apple TV’s signature screensavers which you can visit by clicking (Here)