The Apple TV 4K has just launched two days ago, which is now supported HDR or High Dynamic Range videos from Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, HDR10, and Dolby Vision. Soon afterward, the Apple TV 4K went on pre-orders through B&HPhoto online store in USA
The retailer is taking pre-orders for the Apple TV 4K at $179 for 32GB and 64GB model costs $199 and is making it available in Black color only.
The Apple TV 4K brings new Siri Remote with a new white circle around the menu button. It has A10X Fusion chip, the same chip that powers iPad Pro for a clear 4K HDR experience. Apple revealed that more HDR content will be coming to iTunes, and iTunes users with HD titles currently in their library will have the content they already own upgraded to 4K HDR versions as they are made available.
Apple says that it offers sharp, crisp images, richer, more true-to-life colors, and far greater detail in both dark and bright scenes. The Apple TV 4K brings new Siri Remote with a new white circle around the menu button. It has A10X Fusion chip, the same chip that powers iPad Pro for a clear 4K HDR experience.
Similar to previous generations, a new 4K version will allow you to share content from your iPhone and iPad via iCloud or AirPlay; support for AirPlay 2 is also scheduled to launch later this year, offering control via the Apple TV 4K of several AirPlay 2-compatible speakers, as well as your home theater speakers. The Apple TV 4K will also act as a hub for all your HomeKit accessories, providing remote access and automated control, such as automatically turning on/off your lights.