As promised, a new fourth-generation Apple TV became accessible for squeeze Monday, with a initial orders scheduled to arrive commencement this Friday, Oct. 30.
The new Apple TV is accessible in capacities of 32 and 64 gigabytes. New orders are scheduled to be delivered between Oct. 30 and Nov. 3 during a fastest, if business are peaceful to compensate for expedited delivery. Free orders broach Nov. 2 by Nov. 4.
The initial Oct. 30 deliveries will concede Apple to narrowly accommodate a betrothed smoothness window of a month of October.
While home deliveries start this week, sell accessibility of a Apple TV has not nonetheless been announced. Apple’s online store simply states that in-store pickup of a new Apple TV will be accessible soon.
Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook betrothed last week that Apple TV preorders would start on Monday. Pricing starts during $149 for a 32-gigabyte model, while a 64-gigabyte chronicle runs $199.
The new Apple TV sports Siri voice control with low hunt functionality. It also includes a dedicated App Store for installing third-party apps. Apple began usurpation app submissions last week, and also submitted a golden master of a new tvOS to developers.
Apple has required that new tvOS apps support a new Siri remote as partial of their “core functionality.” The remote includes a touchpad, suit input, and a microphone for Siri.
The new set-top pennon is also powered by a beefed-up A8 system-on-a-chip.