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Apr 12, 2001

Apple today announced an updated Apple TV 4K model with the A15 Bionic chip, support for HDR10+, and an updated Siri Remote, for a starting price of $129.


The A15 Bionic chip gives the Apple TV 4K "faster performance and more fluid gameplay," according to Apple. The efficiency gains of the A15 allow the Apple TV to provide a thinner, lighter, fanless design for the first time, and it uses almost 30 percent less power than the previous generation.

The device now supports HDR10+ for higher-quality video playback. The new Apple TV 4K also comes alongside an updated Siri Remote with a USB-C port.

The new Apple TV 4K is available in a 64GB configuration with Wi-Fi for a lower starting price of $129, sitting below a 128GB Wi-Fi configuration that also has an Ethernet port and support for Thread networking. It is available to order today and orders will begin to arrive to customers on Friday, November 4.

Article Link: Apple Announces New Apple TV 4K With A15 Bionic Chip and HDR10+ for $129
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macrumors 68020
Dec 30, 2006
USB-C remote?! Christmas came early. Hopefully AirPods follow suit so I don’t end up splurging on AirPods Pro 2 with a case that can’t charge with next year’s iPhone.
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