It will no longer be possible to run YouTube natively on the third generation Apple TV
Through a statement it has been reported that the YouTube application will no longer be available natively on the third-generation Apple TV, which was launched in 2012. Users have begun to see a warning indicating about the next change.
In the message that Google is sent to the owners of this Apple TV model, it is indicated that, as of March, the application will no longer be available on this device. However, videos can still be viewed on Apple TV 4K, Apple TV HD, iPhone or iPad, it can also be streamed with AirPlay.
While it will no longer be possible to run YouTube natively on the third generation Apple TV, owners will still be able to stream the service from an iPhone or iPad with AirPlay.
If you have an old Apple TV and you just can't live without YouTube, then it might be time to replace your streaming device. There are many additional options to the Apple device, such as Google's Chromecast, Roku Streaming Plus devices, or Amazon's Fire TV Stick.
News Source: 9to5Mac