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The new Apple TV is here. Apple unveiled its latest Apple TV with faster internals, updated remote and new features like Siri and a built-in App Store.
New code found in iOS 7.1 and iOS 7.1.1, suggests that Apple is working on building support for Siri on the Apple TV. References to a new Apple TV were previously found in iOS 7 builds and the new strings suggest that voice input and feedback will be included on the next gen devices.
A couple of weeks ago Tim Cook revealed at the shareholder meeting that its set-top box Apple TV generated more than a billion dollar in revenues for the first time in a fiscal year, selling more than 10 million units.
The fourth generation of Apple TV could be introduced this spring; we layed out our concept of an Apple TV touch a couple of weeks ago. But it doesn’t actually take a full blown set-top box to invade the living room as Google’s widely successful dongle Chromecast which debuted last week in Europe has proved.
Martin Hajek comes up with a new concept, showing what the next Apple TV might look like. When it comes to specs, the Apple TV has the ability to output 4K and comes with the A7 chip. But the main attraction of this concept is the remote which comes mostly as a touchscreen and acts like a second screen from where you can control and choose the content.
Jump over the break to check out the concept in greater detail…
Just a quick heads-up: World Wrestling Entertainment Network channel is now live on the Apple TV and an updated WWE app is available in the App Store. Subscribers will get full access to the 24/7 live streaming network, which includes replays of classic matches, pay-per-view events like WrestleMania and other original programming. Fans can sign up on the service’s website, via Apple TV or WWE.app and will automatically receive one free week before they are billed. The service is available only to US customers for now, with access coming to other countries, such as United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong and the Nordics, before early 2015. The service requires a $9.99 monthly subscription with a 6-month minimum commitment.
To celebrate 50 years since The Beatles appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show, Apple has quietly updated the Apple TV with a Beatles channel that streams the Fab Four’s first performance in the US.
Your Apple TV and remote finally have a home of their own as Tinsel & Timber Introduces the Apple TV Tray. The Apple TV holder is available in your choice of sustainably sourced American Walnut or Maple, and this beautiful and functional piece keeps your Apple TV and remote organized and looking great. Plus, won’t it be nice to always know where that pesky little remote is?