As Tim Cook announced a week ago, the fourth generation Apple TV can be purchased online starting this week, or rather, booked. The new Apple TV will be available with 32GB of storage for £179 or with 64GB of storage for £229.
Online bookings will start to be sent from next week, with the first shipments on October 30th , in some countries.
Apple is also selling additional Siri controllers for $79 and controller straps for $13. Remember that the new Apple TV fourth generation will have an App Store to download applications, support with the voice assistant, the tvOS system and more.
Apple TV online booking prices in different countries
These are the prices of the Apple TV 4th generation in different countries:
Spain and other European Union countries: 179 £ 229 UK: 129 £ 169 £Canada: 199 $ 269 A$Australia: 269 A$ 349 A$Japan: 18,400 ￥ 24,800 ￥
As we mentioned earlier, the new Apple TV comes with a number of hardware and hardware enhancements. We will now be able to use MFi controllers to play games on the TV screen with Apple TV, download applications such as Netflix to an App Store and search for content through our voice with Siri.
In terms of hardware, the new Apple TV has an A8 chip with 2GB of RAM as a processor, and supports videos at 1080p and 60 frames per second. In addition, the controller has a touch panel, an accelerometer and a gyroscope.
You can discover all the news to weigh the online booking of the Apple TV from the following article: Introduction of the Apple TV.
Plus, we’ve got all the information on the new Apple TV controller.
Buy or reserve Apple TV online
To book the fourth generation Apple TV online, just go to the Apple online store, select the model and your method of payment. And soon you will have it at home! What a pleasure to try it!
Buy Apple TV at the official Apple website
Apple gives us the option of hiring the Apple Care plan for $29 to repair our device in the future, the purchase of an HDMI cable for $25 and an iTunes Gift Card for $25 to buy as many apps for Apple TV as we want, it sounds weird, but we can finally say it: Let’s download apps for Apple TV!