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Apple TV

We’ve been waiting since January 2013 for a new version of Apple TV, so it’s no surprise that there are so many rumors surrounding the premiere.
This time round you’ll be able to talk to the television, informed sources say, with the integration of Apple’s universal Siri voice system. You may also download games and other apps, use touchscreen remote control, find support for wireless gamepads, and enjoy a new touchscreen remote control.
This is Apple’s biggest push ever into gaming territory. The fourth-generation Apple TV is poised to launch on September 9th in San Francisco, alongside the latest iPhones, iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S+.

 

The slimmer, slightly wider device comes with a full TV-optimized iOS operating system and improved performance. Expected to be priced under $200 (the original version launched at $99), the 2015 model is on track to become available in October.