Yesterday marked the official 2017 Apple conference, which also happened to be the 10th Anniversary of Steve Jobs’ release of the first iPhone. Not only did they debut 3 new iPhones and a new Apple Watch, but they also presented the new Apple TV 4K. Apple TV isn’t just available for your TV, but on your iPad and iPhone, too.
The new 4K HDR allows you to watch your movies and shows in 4K HDR quality. It offers favorite apps like Netflix, Hulu, and ESPN. You can also stream your favorite sports and news casts. Live content streaming allows you to watch your sports and news through apps like NBD, MLB, Bloomberg, and CNN.
The 4K gives a sharper picture using 4 times more pixels than a traditional HD. High Dynamic Range (HDR) offers brighter, realistic colors and greater details. It’s installed with an A10X Fusion chop, providing a platform for interactive apps and games. You can purchase those through the App Store for Apple TV.
You can also connect your iPhone and iPad to your TV with 4K, which allows you to enjoy photos and videos from the iCloud or shared albums. Even your friends can connect their Apple devices to share pictures and videos with everyone.
There are many new differences between the Apple TV 4K and the traditional Apple TV other than the 4K display. The 4K offers:
- An extra GB Plan
- 2160p output
- Dolby vision and HDR10
- A10X Fusion chip
- Siri Remote
For 32GB, the price is $179, but for just an extra $20 you can double the data to 64GB and only pay $199. Head over to Apple’s website to see the new specs of the Apple TV 4K or to even check out all the other new products they’re offering: https://www.apple.com/