BBC Studios’ Natural History Unit has collaborated with Apple to create a series of 4K HDR underwater screen savers, which are available now for Apple TV 4K and Apple TV HD customers with the tvOS 13 software update this autumn.


Led by executive producer Mike Gunton and drawing from experience of working on landmark shows such as Blue Planet, Dynasties and Seven Worlds One Planet, the team used their underwater filming techniques to capture mesmerising long form imagery of sea life that spans the entire globe.


Mike Gunton, Creative Director, BBC Studios Natural History Unit, said: "At BBC Studios’ Natural History Unit we are constantly finding new ways to immerse people in wildlife to further enhance their knowledge and enjoyment of the natural world. This has been an exciting new avenue for the team and we’re delighted that our series of underwater screen savers will be enjoyed by Apple TV customers around the world."

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