New Apple TV 4K adds the A12 chip, high frame rate HDR, Dolby Vision and a brand-new Siri remote. From a surprise addition to the April Apple Event, this new version of the Apple TV 4K has been unveiled.
It was announced with a couple of handy upgrades. We have got all the information you would like right here, including the value, availability and new features. Read more on this article to know about the Apple TV 4K.
Apple TV 4K
The device adds the power of the newest A12 Bionic chip which is also featured within the iPhone 12 to the device.
And this allows a boost in graphics performance, video decoding and audio processing. What this suggests for the user, is that the ability to play high frame-rate HDR content with Dolby Vision natively.
The device also comes with a redesigned Siri remote and also the ability to optimize your colour settings using your iPhone.
Apple TV 4K Release Date And Price
The device is out there for order from the 30th of April, 2021. With shipping within the last half of May.
The Apple TV 4K (2021) is priced at $179/£169/AU$249 with 32GB storage. Or a cost of $199/£189/AU$279 with 64GB storage.
Apple iMac Remote
The new Siri remote features an oversized five-way click pad. It is surrounded by a jog wheel ring for quick forwarding through a show or its adverts.
For the first time, it also features a power button to turn on and off your TV and other devices. Also, as a mute button for your TV, soundbar, or wherever your audio is coming from.
The remote, which is larger than on previous models may be a one-piece aluminium design recycled, of course. The Siri button has also now been placed on the side, mirroring its placement on the iPhone.
This new Siri remote is additionally available separately and is compatible with the previous Apple TV 4K and Apple TV HD models.
Apple iMac Specs And Features
Thanks to the A12 chip, the Apple TV 4K (2021) will play high frame rate HDR content natively. Based on your TV, you’ll be able to watch Dolby Vision content at 60 frames per second from a variety of streaming providers, including Apple Arcade games.
It is also supported over AirPlay, allowing you to watch content shot on the iPhone 12 Pro in full 60fps Dolby Vision, too.
To ensure that the content you’re watching looks pretty much as good as possible, the Apple TV 4K can now automatically adjust the colour balance using your iPhone.
Rather than tweaking the settings in your TV’s menu, you’ll simply place your iPhone against the screen. So as to enable it to measure light readings. The Apple TV 4K will then make the required changes for you.