Xbox Support has been posting dozens of guide videos on its official YouTube channel ahead of the Xbox One S and Xbox One Summer Update's launch.
If you're planning on picking up an Xbox One S, or want some video guides on how to access some of the Summer Update's latest features, you ought to hit that subscribe button.
The Xbox One S features 4K video playback, HDR support, and a few other features not available on the current Xbox One. The Kinect port has also been removed, requiring that users pick up a USB 3.0 adapter instead which you can do over here. Xbox Support has put together a few videos that detail the Xbox One S's new features and functions, as well as videos that explain the upcoming Summer Update.
Some of the videos include:
- Explaining the benefits of HDR on the Xbox One S
- How to use 4K video on the Xbox One S
- How to pair the new Xbox One controller with Bluetooth
- How to use the new Kinect adapter for Xbox One S
- How to use Cortana on Xbox One
Use the link below to check out Xbox Support's full YouTube channel. We're also putting together our own Xbox guides and how-to content for the Xbox One S and the Summer Update right over here.
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