New Apple TV Ships Free Now On Apple Store

Posted: Oct 26 2015, 10:03am CDT | by , in News | Apple

New Apple TV Ships Free Now on Apple Store

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The new Apple TV 4 can be ordered now online at the Apple Store.

As Tim Cook as promised the new Apple TV is on sale beginning today, October 26. The online Apple Store is ships the $149.99 32GB Apple TV and $199 64GB Apple TV with delivery dates of October 30 to November 3 with fast shipping option, and November 2 to November 4 for free.

The all-new Apple TV is built from the ground up with a new generation of high-performance hardware and introduces an intuitive and fun user interface using the Siri Remote. Apple TV runs the all-new tvOS operating system, based on Appleā€™s iOS. Apple says that the future of Television are apps.

The new Apple TV supports Siri to run universal search queries and more. The new Apple TV is also a gaming console. The Siri Remote is motion controller that can be used to play games like on the Nintendo Wii.

Apple add-on offers for the new Apple TV include $29 AppleCare protection plan, $19 HDMI cable and $25 iTunes gift card. Availabilty for pickup is coming soon states the Apple TV order page.

Via Apple Store.

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