Never-ending rumors and stories keep coming up as September 10 fast approaches when Apple will announce its new iPhones, iPads, Apple Watch, and other services. Now, the latest is on the new Apple TV to come with the smallest and most powerful A12 Bionic Chipset for its next-generation neural engine, according to MacRumors.
Seen on the Twitter account Longhorn (@never_released) below, it can be interpreted that Apple TV11.1 will refresh the current model with A12 as the system on chip (SoC).
Apple TV Has Been Updated Every Couple of Years
But the tweet push remains passive on it’s incoming or advent, surprisingly yet. The media notes the tweet leaker Longhorn as reliable based on his past giveaways, but all said an done; the Apple event only holds the key to it all.
Thus, the new Apple TV11,1 identifier and a codename of J305 had only one string as revealed by Longhorn in the tweet response tailed below it.
AppleTV11,1 is J305AP. https://t.co/jjCkhADmJh
— Longhorn (@never_released) September 4, 2019
As regards the use, iPhone XS, XS Max, XR, and 2019 versions of the iPad Air and iPad Mini already have the TMSC manufactured bionic chip A12, on their hardware.
One confirmation from the report mentions an internal build of iOS 13 carrying the J305 string identifier in their plist files as shown below.
MacRumors on Apple TVs updation says, “As the device has been updated once every two years for the past three generations: a revised third-generation Apple TV in March 2013, the fourth-generation Apple TV in September 2015, and the Apple TV 4K in September 2017.”
Tweets & Rumors on New Apple TV, A12, Other Apple Products Raise Event Hype
The new bump of A12 on Apple TV refresh should gel well with the upcoming Apple Arcade which is likely to sports over 100+ ground-breaking games and redefine them, says the report. The report informs that there is no clarity on A12 or A12X chip, as the present Apple TV 4K runs on the A10X Fusion chip used in the 2017 iPad Pro models.
On the other hand, Apple is also gearing up to pack in compelling and aspirational programming developed by famous showrunners, actors or creators for Apple TV.
Meanwhile, concluding its note, MacRumors says, “The Twitter account CoinX today teased followers with a “one more thing” tweet, the iconic phrase used by the late Steve Jobs when unveiling one last product or surprise at Apple events.”
Is the teaser making subtle reference to a tile tracker accessory that helps locate lost or misplaced keys, wallets, and backpacks; or hints at Apple AR Glasses that may offer experiential viewing for Apple Fans?
Well, the excitement and buzz are all growing pretty loud as the Apple launch event countdown begins. Are you game for it all?