Apple is taking the limelight due to the release of the much awaited iPhone X but no one noticed that the company has also rolled out a cool upgrade for Apple TV set-top box. Since it is the 4K era and the 8K scene is also drawing near, it’s good for you to stay updated. The Cupertino team’s latest upgrade for the Apple TV includes 4K Ultra HD support so that you don’t miss out the 4K content just because your screen doesn’t support it.
Speaking of the upgrades that Apple has added in the new 4K version of Apple TV, we have a much powerful now as it comes integrated with an A10X Fusion processor. Its the same A10X processor which powers up the current model of iPad Pro. Rest is described in the following list:
- A 3GB of RAM to increase the speed and performance
- Smooth 4K content at up to 60 frames per second
- Dolby Vision and HDR10 for better sound quality
Now that the Apple TV is all backed up with the 4K support, the management is trying to get the latest content from the leading studios so that all the new 4K video content is available on the iTunes Store. Good news for those who bought the eligible movies in HD is that it will automatically get upgraded to 4K HDR for free.
Moreover, as Apple TV moves towards the 4K era, the company has revamped the UI and made adjustments that look perfect for the 4K videos. The newer UI gives a very futuristic look taking you out of the same old boring look.
Pricing and Availability
- 4K HDR Apple TV 32 GB for only $179
- 4K HDR Apple TV 64 GB for only $199
So start placing your pre-orders from September 15 and they will start reaching you in a matter of days as the first shipping of Apple TV is expected to arrive on September 22.
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