Rumors of a new Apple TV 4K have been circulating for some time now, with the current lineup just over three years old.
But that will soon be ancient history, with Bloomberg reiterating that Apple has a new 4K Apple TV coming with an improved remote control and other evolutions around gaming. New Apple TV to be presented by Apple In his newsletter, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman mentioned Apple TV, which would focus on three points.
The black box is said to have a new remote control, a new processor and a pronounced taste for games: For next year, Apple is planning an upgrade box with a stronger focus on gaming, an updated remote control and a new processor .
These changes will fix some of the problems with the Apple TV box, but the product will need to take another big step forward – similar to its 2015 changes – to stay competitive in the long run. How through the Siri Remote. Bloomberg had previously reported that an upcoming change to the Apple TV remote would be integration with the Find My app. This would allow users to track loss in the home, as is the case with a lost iPhone or iPad.
The Siri Remote has been a point of contention over the past few years, and Apple TV could revisit it in depth, although other developments are not known. The second point concerns power. Several reports have indicated that Apple is testing Apple TV models with an A14 processor inside. The new Apple TV might then be able to run exclusive Apple Arcade games that would not be available on existing Apple TV models.
A good idea to encourage customers to subscribe on a more massive basis to the unlimited games service that appeared in September 2019 and which currently has more than 130 games. This is the third point put forward by Bloomberg and which is easily understood given the benchmarks of the A14 chip which is now integrated in the Mac M1 in an improved form.