Yesterday a report about the new 2015 Apple TV said that Apple will show the new Apple TV box at the WWDC 2015 in June. The new Apple TV could be yet another reason to by the Apple Watch.
A new Apple TV with its own App Store is supposed to be introduced at the Apple Developer Conference in June. The new Apple TV box with apps would go beyond video streaming. It would be Apple's big bid to take over the digital living room. The new Apple TV would be at the center of music, video, TV, apps and home automation.
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The ideal companion for the new versatile Apple TV box is the Apple Watch. Apple has pre-installed a Remote Control app that lets you control the current Apple TV and also control the iTunes library and iTunes Radio on your Mac or PC.
It pays off now big time for Apple to have come up with the minimalist remote controls. The interface concept can be easily transferred to the Apple TV. With the Apple Watch on your wrist you do not have to hunt down a remote control unit anymore in your living room.
The anticipated support of Apps the the HomeKit would make the Apple TV the central control unit of homes and all functionality is available directly on your wrist.
The Apple Watch is packed with features and aspect might just do the trick to make it useful enough to consumers to use it all day long, if there would not be that battery life problem.
What we know about the 2015 Apple TV
The new Apple TV is supposed to be unveiled at the WWDC 2015 in June and go on sale this Fall. It will be powered by the Apple A8 CPU and feature at least 16GB of storage to be able to store apps. The new Apple TV is supposed to support Siri, HomeKit and a bundle of 25 live TV channels
About the Apple Watch
Apple Watch introduces a new design and iOS-based user interface created specifically for a smaller device. Apple Watch features the Digital Crown, a new way to scroll, zoom and navigate fluidly, without obstructing the display. The Digital Crown also serves as the Home button and a quick way to access Siri. The Retina display on Apple Watch features Force Touch, a technology that senses the difference between a tap and a press, providing a new way to access controls within Apple Watch apps.
The Apple Watch introduces the Taptic Engine and a built-in speaker that together discreetly enable an entirely new vocabulary of alerts and notifications you can both hear and feel. Apple custom-designed its own S1 SiP (System in Package) to miniaturize an entire computer architecture onto a single chip. Apple Watch also features Wi-Fi 802.11b/g and Bluetooth 4.0 to pair seamlessly with your iPhone. Besides the smart watch features the Apple Watch keeps time to within 50 milliseconds of UTC, the universal time standard when synching regularly with the iPhone.
The Apple Watch starts at $349 for the small case (38mm) Sport Edition. The Apple Watch Pre-order starts on April 10 in 9 countries (Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, the UK and the US) and the Apple Watch ships on April 24.
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