Apple announced this week its new Apple TV 4Kwhich includes a remote that, for the first time, does not include the Lighting port but it will be charged by USB-Ca new sign that the company with the bitten apple is preparing for a full migration to type C.
The device has the chip A15 Bionic, HDR10 Plus compatibility and a lower starting price of $129, according to the report published on the website of TheVerge.
The transmission box also has a storage increase compared to its 2021 predecessor, with the entry-level model including 64GB and the upgraded $149 model including 128GB.
Unlike the previous generation, the base model lacks some features compared to the slightly more expensive model. The $129 model only has Wi-Fi 6, while the $149 model has an ethernet port and includes a Thread radio for better smart home control.
This new price brings Apple’s box in line with competitors from Roku and Amazon, but it’s still the more premium option.
More features of the new Apple TV
apple supports the HDR10 Plus standard from Samsung and Amazon on both modelsin addition to the Dolby Vision HDR standard that the previous Apple TV 4K supported, allowing you to get the full HDR experience for most content.
One of the most exciting updates is that the remote, which features the same buttons and general layout as the previous model, now charges via USB-C instead of Lighting.
As for the chip, Apple doesn’t specify whether it’s the A15 model found in the iPhone 13 or the iPhone 14 and the latter has an additional GPU core, but in reality, that won’t be much of a concern.
The new Apple TV can be Reserve now and will be available on November 4.