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Apple TV

One of the most popular and older streaming devices, the Apple TV was released in 2007 running the familiar OSX software. Naturally with many of the Apple products, it has access to the popular Apple App Store, with supported apps being developed through the four generations of the device.

With Apple device mirroring, photo syncing, music and podcast streaming, and the implementation of the voice software Siri, the Apple TV runs effortlessly in conjunction with almost any other Apple product.

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Apple TV: Everything You Need to Know

There are a lot of streaming services (Hulu, Netflix, Sling TV) nowadays and if you want to use them, you need a streaming device. Apple TV is a streaming device that you can use to watch movies, listen to music, play games, and view photos.

The most current (4th generation) version of Apple TV features a dual-core A8 processor, a new touch remote, allowing swipe-to-select functionality and Siri voice support, and a new operating system… tvOS.

There are 2 versions, the 32 GB priced at $149 and the 64GB at $199. Keep in mind that, since Apple TV streams content from a cloud without necessarily storing it, the difference between the two devices is buffering, not storage space.

Access all your streaming apps from one central device for a unified viewing experience. Not only that, but stream from your iPhone or iPad to your Apple TV.


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Apple TV: Quick Compare Table
ModelPriceFeaturesCompatibility
32GB$149.00-HD 1080p
-Siri Remote: Glass Touch surface, Siri Voice control.
-AirPlay Mirroring: Mirror what you see on your iOS Device or Mac to your TV by using an Apple TV.
-HDMI, Ethernet, USB, Bluetooth.
Streaming services: Sling TV, Netflix and Hulu; networks including CBS, Fox, HBO, NBC, and PBS
64GB$199.00-HD 1080p
-Siri Remote: Glass Touch surface, Siri Voice control.
-AirPlay Mirroring: Mirror what you see on your iOS Device or Mac to your TV by using an Apple TV.
-HDMI, Ethernet, USB, Bluetooth.
Streaming services: Sling TV, Netflix and Hulu; networks including CBS, Fox, HBO, NBC, and PBS

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