We are just a few hours away from Apple's biggest launch event in history. Moreover, the Cupertino based company is celebrating its 10 anniversary and thus many people are excited about Apple's new products or what the company will actually bring to the table. Besides, the company might even have few surprises up its sleeve.
While everything will be revealed tonight (10:30 PM), leaks just continue to pour in about the other devices that are likely to be unveiled alongside the new Apple iPhones. And one product is the Apple TV which has been said to launch at the September 12 event as well.
Now new leak states that the upcoming variant of the TV, "Apple TV 4K" will be equipped with a more powerful processor than its predecessors. Further details about the processor have also been leaked.
The details about the upcoming Apple TV has been leaked on Twitter by Developer Steve Troughton-Smith. As per his post, the Apple TV will be officially called "Apple TV 4K" and will be powered by a three-core A10 Fusion CPU which should be paired with 3GB of RAM.
Quite interestingly, it seems like Apple has made a noticeable jump in terms of processing power. Fourth-generation Apple TV came with Apple A8 processor and 2GB RAM.
Apart from this, in a separate tweet by user @stroughtonsmith said that the new Apple TV will be able to render natively at 2160p resolution and also support a variety of color formats. The information was revealed by the data present on config files. Further, the upcoming TV might also come with support for HDR10 and Dolby Vision HDR standards.
Apart from these tweets, previous reports have also noted that Apple TV 4K will support HDR at 4K resolution. Now if this is true then Apple TV users will be able to stream 4K videos with HDR contrast. The TV is also said to come with better Siri support in order to take the TV viewing experience to the next level.
All in all, it looks like Apple is introducing a much more capable hardware on the new Apple TV. Besides, with the reports that we have seen it feels like Apple could take a huge leap with this generation of Apple TV.