In the early morning of April 21, Apple’s special event for the Spring Festival Gala arrived as scheduled. During a live stream of the special event, Apple introduced us to its new Apple TV 4K. The new A12 chip will support 4K, Dolby Vision, and HDR content at high frame rates, and officials say it will be the best TV operating system on the market. Priced, the new Apple TV will cost $179 for 32GB and $199 for 64GB.
In addition to the A12 chip and support for high-frame-rate HDR video, the Apple TV 4K also features a redesigned remote control. The new remote is a bit like the iPhone 12 in appearance, with a fully 100 percent recyclable aluminum casing. It’s also more versatile in terms of functionality, including the ability to call out Siri with one click.
In other news, the Apple TV 4K also has a new feature: you can use your iPhone to calibrate your TV. In specific application scenarios, users can use the iPhone and its sensors to adjust the color balance of the TV display, bringing more natural color and contrast. There are also new features and controls, and its Siri button has been moved to the side of the remote.