With Apple announcing lots of new products over the next few weeks, there’s one thing that may have to wait until next year, a new and updated Apple TV. That is according to a new report from Bloomberg.
When it arrives, however, we can expect a few important changes.
The main improvement will be a new and more capable processor, as you would expect. It is believed that the main goal here is to enable enhanced games as part of the Apple Arcade service. Interestingly, Bloomberg also claims that there is a new remote control at the beginning, complete with a feature that will make it easier for people to find it when it inevitably disappears.
Apple has also developed a new Apple TV box with a faster processor for improved gaming and an upgraded remote control, but the device may not ship next year, according to people familiar with the development. The company is working on a feature for the new remote control such as Find My iPhone, which will make TV accessories easier to find.
Unfortunately, the report does not say anything about a change in the overall design of the Apple TV remote control.
The current Siri Remote is not a great design with people often struggling to identify who is around it. The glass construction and fragility of the remote control are also less than ideal.
Bloomberg says we may have to wait until next year before we see this new Apple TV ship.
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