Apple TV 2015

Sep 9, 2015

Category: Tech

The fourth generation Apple TV is almost here.  Launching in October, this latest piece of tech from your favorite media giant brings Siri to the silver screen, as well as introducing a new operating system they refer to as “tvOS.”

The new Apple TV is upgraded to an A8 processor.  It stands 1.3″ high by 3.9″ across and is compatible with high definition TVs.  It includes voice searching and features that show you your cross system viewing choices on one screen, so you never strike out when searching for a title.  The motion sensor remote is geared to lure gamers away from their traditional consoles, as is the exciting new feature that allows you to switch game screens between your iPhone and television.  Shopping, vacation planning, and updates on weather or sports stats are all possible too.  At 32GB the TV costs $149, while at 64GB it costs $199. [Purchase]

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