Apple just unveiled its latest Apple TV 4K at the Steve Jobs Theatre. Tim Cook started the presentation by showing the evolution of television. Later on, he handed over the stage to Eddy, he explained in detail on what is so special about the 4K.
The 4K-resolution image shown on the big screen was stunning, vibrant in colors, and it had everything that soothes the eyes.
Among top Apple TV features, 4K video support and haptic Siri remote are being talked about the most. Without wasting your excitement, we have compiled some interesting list of features of the all-new Apple TV 4K.
Features and Specifications
The new Apple TV 4K features A10 processor, similar to the iPad Pro. With that power, accessing apps, videos, and enjoying games will be a piece of cake.
On the software side, it will also have the new tvOS with some great new under the hood upgrades to enhance user experience.
The new 4K TV is not just about power and software updates; it has some great entertainment on its way. Later this year, Amazon Prime Video App will be added to the Apple TV 4K. In addition, TV Apps will be made available to more countries.
One of the impressive information for users of earlier Apple TV is that they get HDR upgrade of their already purchased movies, for free!
Talking about the remote, there is almost no change in design. With advanced remote, everything is accessible with one finger and that is pretty impressive.
Price and Release date
Coming to the most important part, the money part. The pre-order of Apple TV 4K will begin from 15th September and prices are $179 and $199 for 32GB and 64GB respectively. The shipping will begin from 22nd September.
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