The Apple TV hasn’t evolved much over the last couple of years. Sure, it’s gotten a handful of new apps, but the format—locked down, bland—has stayed the same since its 2010 redesign. But while Apple didn’t talk about its set-top box much at its developer conference this month, it showed that it finally has the pieces in place to turn Apple TV into a living room behemoth. Continuity, Apple’s tagline for apps that can seamlessly sync between Mac and iOS, looks to be headed to the Apple TV, according to 9to5Mac. What would that mean in practice? Imagine walking inside your home while playing a movie on your iPhone. With one tap, you can pick up where you left off on your Apple TV, without having to use AirPlay and without tying up your phone.