The latest Apple TV, for example, has a built-in floating TV stand with a circular shape that can be flipped out and placed in a horizontal position, or up and down to change the size.
The TV itself also comes with a built in motion controller, which allows users to adjust the volume of the display with the flick of a wrist, and allows the TV to be set up with multiple apps and games.
Apple’s own tvOS software for iOS devices, tvOS, is also able to automatically adjust the screen size of the TV using an algorithm, but for now the TV stands are the only ways to change it.
Apple says its new app, which it’s calling ‘TV Stand’, will automatically detect when you have a TV stand plugged in and turn the TV on or off, and will also automatically adjust your TV’s screen size to match the size of your TV.
You can also change the screen to automatically switch to the latest app and/or show in the app without you having to do anything.
The app has been downloaded over 500,000 times and is available on both the App Store and Google Play.
It’s available for iOS and tvOS devices, although it is not yet available for Samsung’s TV series, as Samsung is currently testing a new software update to address a flaw in the Samsung TV app.
Apple TV’s ‘floated TV stand’, which is made of flexible plastic, with a curved base.
The Apple TV’s floating TV stands and motion controllers are also available for a small fee from Samsung, but Samsung is charging $299 (£219) for the whole set.
Apple has also introduced a number of other software updates in the past few months, including the introduction of Siri, an augmented reality voice assistant, and a new iOS 9.3 beta.
The new tvOS tv app for iOS is available to download for free from the App store, but it’s not yet clear if it will be available on the Samsung Series 8 as well.