The second generation of Apple TV 4K is armed with the company’s A12 Bionic chipset, making its debut on several Apple smartphone models such as the iPhone XS and XR.
Apple doesn’t produce smart TV, but they do present Apple TV services. The company has just released the latest model of the Applee TV 4K media player to support this service. This device is claimed to feature several additions and innovations from its predecessor, the first-generation Apple TV.
The second-generation Apple TV 4K is armed with the company’s A12 Bionic chipset, making its debut on several Apple phone models such as the iPhone XS and XR. The Apple A12 Bionic chipset is a silicon chip that is packed to provide high performance and overall power efficiency via the CPU and GPU.
Reporting from Gizmochina (21/4), this new generation media player from Apple can play 4K HDR videos very well. It was also informed that there would be a lot of content available to users soon. Apple is actively involved with several related manufacturers to produce compatible content on Apple TV 4K.
Some of the features available for Apple’s latest product are the Siri Remote which is predicted to perform much better than its predecessor. The touchpad on the remote control is circular with 5-way control, along with an array of innovative and exciting features.
An additional feature for iPhones running the iOS 14.5 operating system is color calibration using Face ID. This can be used to calibrate the TV color output if it is not already done while watching content via Apple TV 4K.
Apple TV 4K retails for USD 179, orders available from April 30 in over 30 countries. Customers will receive orders from mid-May. Meanwhile, the new Siri Remote is available for USD 59.