When Apple unveiled tvOS 12 earlier this year, the company didn’t have a huge laundry list to go through when it came to new features for its set-top box lineup.
Apple TV 4K
If you have been in the market for a new set-top box, and you haven’t been leaning towards the new Apple TV 4K, Amazon might have an option for you.
It usually takes a bit of time before Apple will start selling a product in its refurbished section of the online store, but it looks like the Apple TV 4K is getting a bit of an exception.
If you, or someone you know, happens to love movies and wouldn’t mind getting a bundle of 4K HDR content, Apple has just launched a new promotion that may appeal to you.
While Amazon’s sole purpose is to sell things to people, sometimes it just feels like it’s necessary not to sell some things.
Apple announced a number of upgrades with the new 4K enabled Apple TV. The iFixit teardown has now gone into the specifics of the upgrades, giving us a very good idea of what’s new. The teardown confirms the presence of the A10X Fusion chipset underneath, while also revealing 3GB of LPDDR4 RAM (1GB + 2GB) by SK Hynix. The fourth-gen Apple TV came with just 2GB of RAM.
Apple is a busy company, but it’s a safe bet that, near one of its product’s launch days, things get even more hectic. A new video aims to showcase just what that looks like.
While streaming content is vital in most households, sometimes being able to download a film, or TV show, and being able to watch it without an internet connection is important, too. After all, sometimes you just can’t access the internet from your home.
Apple has a new set-top box on the way, set to launch on Friday, September 22, which finally brings support for 4K and high dynamic range (HDR) content.