New Apple TV will receive a chip A10X Fusion and 3 GB RAM

Details became known about the next generation of the Apple TV set-top box . The source was leaked to the network version of iOS 11 GM, which declassified a number of features of future devices Apple. Steve Troughton-Smith, the developer, shared the find through his Twitter account.
According to the source, the device is listed in the code as AppleTV6.2 and will be called "Apple TV 4K." The device is based on the A10X Fusion processor and 3 GB of RAM.



As expected, Apple plans to introduce the next generation of the Apple TV set-top box to the event in September 2017. The set-top box will receive the long-awaited support for streaming 4K-video, as well as 4K HDR content. Also, Apple is testing a new version of the TV application, optimized for displaying live broadcasts and transmissions and collecting similar programs from other applications.

This will be the fifth generation of Apple TV. The fourth Apple released in October 2015, then Apple TV started working on a modified version of iOS, which resulted in support for applications and games.

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