Apple has come again with the latest New Apple TV that is to be launched together With next generation of iPhones in the autumn iPhone 6s by September 2015, paving the way for a digital TV subscription service in the near future, according to reports iPhone 6s with Apple TV will be launched.
Apple earlier this year announced its plan to launch iPhone7, which the world is still awaiting for, and now they have come again with the plan to launch a revamped new Apple TV alongside the next iPhones in the autumn, according to reports.
Rumors initially suggested the Californian company, Apple intended to showcase the new set top box at its Worldwide Developers Conference in June, last two months, but it was deemed unready at the time.
Now the product will be part of the iPhone launch event slated for September this year 2015, according to BuzzFeed.
Here are Some of the features of the new Apple TV
The fourth generation new Apple TV is said to have the following features.
- A touch-pad remote.
- extra inbuilt storage and Siri voice control for browsing.
- and selecting programmes and films to watch.
The company’s much-rumored digital TV subscription service is likely to follow early next year, sources said.
The newly-designed box will also support Homekit, after Apple confirmed that Apple TV would act as a central hub for its connected home appliances, including ecobee thermostats, lighting kits and smart sensors.
The first Apple TV was launched in 2007 together with the first ever iPhone in the world, and is now in its third generation. The company is rumored to have held negotiations with US broadcasters including ABC, CBS and Fox over the expected online TV service, which is been predicted to cost them between $30 and $40 per month via subscription.
Apple was granted a patent filing for an Apple TV remote with inbuilt Touch ID sensor last week, allowing its users to use their biometric data to enter TV passwords, created personalized profiles or controlling connected devices.
according to the Telegram, the next generation of iPhones, believed to be called the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, is expected to go on sale in the UK on September 25 following its launch earlier in the month.