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Apple TV Could Be Priced At $199, Will Launch In October

Apple TV Could Be Priced At $199, Will Launch In October
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Apple TV Could Be Priced At $199, Will Launch In October

Apple is planning to release its new version of Apple TV at a higher price than the previous versions.

Apple is planning to release its new version of Apple TV at a higher price than the previous versions. The upgraded Apple TV will be priced at either $200 or $150 and will be released by October, as reported by 9 to 5 Mac.

The digital media player will be announced at a September 9 press event in San Francisco. The updated streaming box will have a variety of upgrades including more robust hardware, enhanced remote control, and a similar AppStore that is available on iPhones and iPads that will bring more services to Apple TV.

The current Apple TV, which is priced at $69, does not feature any of the upcoming facilities of the AppStore.

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According to BGR, some of the other features to be incorporated in the new and upgraded Apple TV include an A8 processor, Siri support and a new interface.

However, what the first two models will miss out on will be Apple’s streaming service. There are also talks about Apple’s own cable-replacing streaming TV service, which will bring together multiple channels and cost $40 a month.

In addition to Apple TV, the September 9 event will also feature the unveiling of updated versions of iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, and the iPad Pro.

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