Apple TV 4K received - what do you want to know?

22 Sep 2017 | Torben R, Rasmus L |

Apple TV 4K is available starting today and we have received a sample for in-depth testing. It will be paired with both LCD and OLED TV (2016 & 2017). What do you want to know?

Apple TV 4K received

Apple TV 4K is based on tvOS, which is Apple’s TV operating system; now with 4K resolution and HDR. The streaming box supports both HDR10 and Dolby Vision. tvOS also offers a wealth of apps and games as well as Siri and the ‘TV’ app. You can purchase or rent movies in 4K HDR from iTunes.
More about Apple TV 4K here.

Apple TV 4K


The review is expected to be online soon. If you want us to examine or comment on something specific in the review, feel free to post a comment below. Subscribe to our Newsletter, Facebook, RSS or twitter to receive notifications when new reviews are online.

Also read: Full list: 4K HDR & Dolby Vision movies on iTunes
Also read: Dolby Atmos is reportedly "on the roadmap" for Apple TV

We will pair the Apple TV 4K with three TVs: An LCD with 4K HDR as well as two OLEDs with 4K HDR and Dolby Vision (2016 and 2017 generation). We will include our findings in terms of interoperability in the review.

Apple TV 4K is available from apple.com and other retail stores worldwide.



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