Sapphire crystal display is now used in the Apple Watch.
With the iPhone 7 release date and specs taking shape, excitement for the next device from Apple is building.
Sign into iCloud with the same Apple ID on your iOS device and Apple TV, and you’ll be able to use Siri commands to remotely control your accessories.
However, Buzzfeed claims it will not debut with a live streaming TV service as previously rumoured. The new Apple TV will be unveiled along with the latest iPhones, and sport Apple’s A8 chip along with a slimmer look.
Now according to a recent report, the new Apple TV hardware will be made official at Apple’s iPhone 6S event in September.
Buzzfeed reported Thursday that the Cupertino tech giant would launch its upgraded set-top TV box at its annual iPhone event in September. Well, the next iteration of the Apple TV will support its own dedicated App Store. Other speculated features of the coming iPhone 6S models include the Apple A9 chipset, 2 GB of RAM, and an upgraded camera of 12 MP.
The same color option is also available in the current iPhones and matches the tone of a supposed shell for the iPhone 6s Plus. BuzzFeed notes that its sources claim it is more likely to launch next year.
Yet, two big questions remain on the user interface and Apple’s content strategy. Who knows? Maybe after a few years, Apple TV will become epitomy of TV streaming. Furthermore, the upcoming Apple TV will also boast a significantly improved remote control that features a touch-pad input.
And Apple is said to have shown programmers demos of the proposed service, but talks seem to be in the early stages. It would let you stream the live TV over the internet without a cable or satellite subscription.
Timothy Arcuri, an analyst at Cowen and Company, reported that Apple already ditched plans to make an iPhone 6c.
Apple’s $20M acquisition of 3D camera sensor manufacturer LinX definitely means improvements are in the works. Kvall said he expects Apple to eat away at Android sales in emerging Asian markets.
At the Code conference last May, Apple media boss Eddy Cue told Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher that ‘the TV experience sucks.’. We’ve assembled all these clues here to see what they suggest the next version of the Apple TV will be like.
‘The experience has been stuck.’.