According to the rumors, later today Apple is expected to take the wraps off their new iPhones. However in addition to the new iPhones, Apple is also rumored to announce a new Apple TV in which the new device is rumored to support 4K HDR content. However it seems that is not all the new Apple TV will be able to offer.


A recent tweet by developer Guilherme Rambo has revealed that Apple will be giving the new Apple TV’s remote an upgrade by giving it haptic feedback, or at least that’s according to code that seems to reference some kind of feedback for the device. We’re not sure if Apple will be making any other changes to the remote, but it wasn’t too long ago that they revamped it by giving it a trackpad-like interface.

In any case there has been quite a bit of evidence to suggest that Apple is indeed getting ready a 4K HDR-ready Apple TV. We’ve seen the company update its iTunes to get it ready for 4K HDR content. It was also revealed recently the requirements for the 4K Apple TV, in which it required users to have at least a 15Mbps internet connection in order to stream 4K content. Either way we will have the official details soon, so check back with us later on for more updates.

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