Apple Incorporated released their newest version of Apple Television on September nine two thousand fifteen. This is first Apple Television manafuctured since two thousand twelve. This television is based upon applications built specifically for television use.
You are able to watch what you want when you want. Also, you are able to search for television shows with a Siri remote that includes voice search. New hardware and operating system are featured in Apple's newest television manufactured in three years.
Apple's tvOS is based on Apple iOS. Applications and games are available for this television via Apple's new TV application store. Apple Television Siri remote includes a glass touch screen.
You make sweeping movements on this remote control just like on other smart devices. This Apple television includes an A8 chip. This television begins pricing at one hundred forty nine dollars and will become available at end of October two thousand fifteen.
A thirty two gigabytes model is one hundred forty nine dollars. A sixty four gigabytes model is priced at one hundred niney nine dollars. You will be able to purchase this Apple TV from Apple.com, Apple’s retail stores and specific Apple Authorized Resellers.
You can read Apple Incorporated's official announcement, concerning their new Apple TV. Here are some technical specifications for an all new Apple television:
* Compatible with HDMI3 high definition televisions
* Height: 1.3 inches or 35 milimeters
* Width: 3.9 inches or 98 milimeters
* Depth: 3.9 inches or 98 milimeters
* Weight: 15 ounces or 425 grams
* Capacity: 32 Gigabytes or 64 Gigabytes
* HDMI 1.43 port
* 802.11ac Wi?Fi including MIMO
* 10/100 BASE T Ethernet
* Bluetooth 4.0 wireless
* Integrated power supply
* A8 64 bit architecture chip
* Apple TV
* Siri Remote
* Power cord
* USB Cable
You can check out an Apple TV web page for more information.
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Aaron J. Berg is the owner of Anet Computers, host of the Reality PC podcast, and blogger at AnetComputers.com. For over thirteen years, he worked for fortune 500 companies and the United States Federal government supporting computers. Now he helps you solve your most common computer problems.