Apple TV 4K – Hits Stores Today

Apple’s new 4K streaming device lets you watch movies and shows in the brilliance of 4K HDR quality. Apple TV 4K features the powerful A10X Fusion chip which is a faster processor for a smoother gaming experience. You can also add gaming controllers and headphones to kick things up a notch.

As more and more content transitions to 4K, you will be able to see more of your favorite entertainment in stunning 4K.  Apple has ungraded iTunes to automatically provide you 4K for any of your previously purchased in HD. That’s a real bonus right there. If you want to get something in 4K, then it will simply cost the same as the HD version.

The Apple TV 4K fits right into your Apple ecosystem. There is an Apple TV app that is already on iPhone, iPad, which lets the Apple TV and works seamlessly across them all. So if you stop watching in one place, you can start again later on a different device.

 

There is an ever increasing collection of 4K content on iTunes that you have access to. But if you want to use Netflix, then you will have to pay their fees to view 4K content.

 

The Apple TV 4K comes with a  Siri Remote that is the perfect complement to the Apple TV 4K. You can simply ask Siri for a movie, show, genre, actor, or song you love. Siri also shines when you’re not sure what you want. Just say something like “Show me movies in 4K,” and Siri delivers.

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