The Xbox One June system update has started rolling out to all Xbox One owners.
The update includes:
External storage support: With this update, you’ll be able to connect any USB 3.0-compatible drive with 256 GB or more of storage space to your console and then choose whether to use that drive for new game and app installs.
Real names: Many users have asked Microsoft for a way to identify their friends by their real names since it’s hard to keep so many gamertags straight, especially now that you can have 1000 people in your friends list.
Auto sign-in: A big feature request, this one will let you configure one of the accounts on your console to always automatically sign-in when the Xbox One is powered or woken up.
Smart Glass: This mobile app is being updated with a new activity feed in its main hub view, Twitch broadcast notifications, pinned app and game reordering (which reorders those items in My Pins on the console), OneGuide support and a new universal remote feature so you can control your TV and AV equipment from your device.
TV and OneGuide opens to more markets: This was previously announced, but Xbox One’s TV and OneGuide features will be expanded to Canada, UK, France, Germany, Spain and Italy.
Additionally, in the coming days, Hulu will begin rolling out a free 3-month trial of Hulu Plus for all Xbox Live Gold members in the U.S. Any Xbox Live Gold members who are not already Hulu Plus subscribers can sign up directly from within the Hulu Plus app and will receive a free 3-month trial of Hulu Plus. For more information, visit www.xbox.com/live