New Apple TV Launching In September
There have been rumours that a new version of Apple TV is on the cards for some time now, with many expecting it to have debuted at WWDC in June. Having pulled it from that event it seems that Apple intends to announce its next-generation Apple TV in September, possibly alongside the next generation iPhone.
Sources “familiar with Apple’s plans” have told Buzzfeed that we should expect to see a slimmer updated chassis, a new interface with SIRI voice-control support, and upgraded processor using Apple’s A8 system-on-a-chip. Alongside the new Apple TV will come a long overdue App Store, including a software developers kit to allow specific Apple TV apps and games to be made for it.
These developments in Apple TV will set up the groundwork for a future subscription internet-TV service, which sources say isn’t likely to launch until next year. Apple have been in talks with content providers for some time, so it seems Apple are looking to build their install base for Apple TV ready for when they have the deals in place.
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