When iOS 7 came out, something that continually bothered me was the Apple TV interface. It continued to use a design that matched iOS 6, and it was terribly out of place compared to what was available on iOS. This prompted me to create a video of what I hoped Apple would eventually do for the Apple TV's operating system.
You'll notice these things in the video:
1. When the Apple TV is idle, it shows the top movies on the iTunes Store, above some of the first app icons. In this concept, the background slowly cycles through each of the movies, showing a blurred version of the cover art in the background. If you look closely you'll also see that this background moves.
2. After it has cycled through the movies, you can assume that the user of the Apple TV has switched to Music using the remote. The Apple TV is set to shuffle, so it randomly selects Lost Forwards as its first song. The top area of the screen changes to show some basic information about the song that is playing, such as the title, artist, and album. On the left of this information you'll find the album artwork. As I click next on the remote to switch through the songs, you'll notice that I show several different views by clicking different arrow buttons on the remote.
3. Lastly, I quickly open the Photos app and show an album of pictures I took on a trip to Washington DC. These are all actual pictures I took with an iPhone 4s I had at the time.