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Apple: ‘Apple TV HD’ is the new name for fourth era 1080p Apple TV

Valuing and highlights for the set-top are generally unaltered. A solitary 32-gigabyte model is accessible for $149, coming outfitted with a Siri Remote, an A8 processor and support for standards like HDMI 1.4 and Dolby Digital Plus 7.1 sound.

The item is $30 not exactly the Apple TV 4K, which offers 4K resolution as well as an A10X chip, HDMI 2.0a, Dolby Atmos sound and two HDR (high dynamic range) video principles: HDR10 and Dolby Vision. A 64-gigabyte model runs $199.

The name change was made without fanfare on the heels of a few related declarations, to be specific an upgraded TV application, Apple TV Channels and Apple TV+, a future home for original shows and motion pictures. Having a gadget basically named the “Apple TV” could make superfluous misunderstandings.

The HD ought to get the new TV application and TV+, since both it and the 4K depend on tvOS. Apple has so far kept the more established TV box current with updates pushed out to its top-of-the-line streamer.

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