The new model will come with several technological improvements as well as software and hardware updates.
Apple appears to be all set to launch the much-hyped next-generation Apple TV during the iPhone event that is scheduled to be held on September 9 this year.
According to 9to5Mac, Apple TV, codenamed J34, will run TV-optimized version of iOS 9, making it the first Apple TV to have an iOS 9 core, and it will be slimmer compared to its predecessors.
Among the other features are Siri support, a dedicated App Store, extra storage space and a new remote control with touch and gesture support.
The upcoming model of Apple TV was previously expected to be released at company’s WWDC event held in June earlier this year, but the company postponed its release in order to polish iOS 9 so that it can work well not only on iPhone and iPad, but also on Apple TV.
There has been no official word from the tech giant on whether Apple TV and iOS 9 will be releasing this September or not.
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