Apple Launch­es 4K TV Start­ing at $179


Apple just unveiled its 4K TV at the Apple keynote event which will retail at in two variants $ 179 (32GB) and $199 (64GB) with A10X fusion processor and an automatic update to 4K HDR titles at no extra charge.

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Last year, Apple had launched the Apple TV app last year in the USA and now they are expanding its services to seven additional countries, namely: Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Sweden, Norway, and UK.

The Apple TV is also available without the HRD capability at $149 (32GB)

The Apple TV will be upgrading all your titles to 4K HD if you buy either of the 4K Apple TV. The 4K TV from Apple will go live for pre-order on September 15 and will go on sale on September 22.

Apple TV had gained popularity as being a substitute of a set-top box and the company has filled in the gaps with the inclusion of 4K video resolution availability.

The debut of the Apple TV comes alongside the debut of 4K videos on iTunes. Users will also be able to access Live Sports event via the Apple TV.

Roku and Amazon already offer 4K resolution for its video library and with the 4K inclusion, Apple has made it to terms with its competition.

The A10X fusion chip was last seen on Apple iPad Pro models. The Apple TV will be able to handle 4K videos at 60FPS — this, in a way, future proofs the Apple TV as most videos still run on 30FPS.

Users will be able to leverage the hardware of Apple TV 4K to view HD content on Netflix and several other similar services.

Apple TV also includes HRD10 and Dolby Vision, providing users with a much more enhanced experience than before.

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