The Xbox One June update is officially rolling out and as promised it brings external hard drive support to the next-gen console, alongside real names and improved Smartglass integration. With this update, external hard drives of 256GB and above can connect to the console via USB 3.0 to expand storage for your games, apps and media beyond the built in storage.
Real names can now be shared if you so wish through the Xbox Live friends list, and the great thing is that you're in control of just who can see your real name. Everyone, no-one, and a few levels in-between. The June update also opens up all 180 Xbox One applications to all users – also coming to the Xbox 360.
As an added bonus, in the coming days Hulu will be providing a free, 3-month trial of its online video service to all Xbox Live Gold members in the U.S. Not too shabby. For more on the update check out the video below with Xbox's Major Nelson, and if you're not seeing it yet start mashing that System Update button.
Source: Major Nelson