If you’ve been waiting to buy the new Apple TV, then we’ve some good news. Apple’s CEO Tim Cook announced at the WSJDLive Conference that Apple will start taking orders for the Apple TV 4 on Monday, October 26, and will start shipping the device by the end of the week.
Apple had unveiled the new Apple TV during the September 9 special event, alongside iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, new Apple TV and iPad Pro.
The fourth generation Apple TV is powered by the A8 chip, and comes with an all-new Siri remote, which will allow users to search TV shows and movies by title, genre, cast, crew, rating and popularity using voice commands.
The new Apple TV runs the all-new tvOS operating system based on Apple’s iOS. Apple has also seeded tvOS SDK so that iOS developers can create new apps and games specifically for Apple TV and deliver them to users through the new Apple TV App Store.
Apple TV 4 will be available for $149 for the 32GB model, and $199 for the 64GB model.[via The Verge]