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Apple TV

Pricing

The remote

Connectivity

"What did he say?"

Apps

Weather

Multiplayer

Gaming

Beat Sports

Apple has announced its latest Apple TV at an event in California.

The device sports a modified version of iOS 9 and includes downloadable apps and games for the first time.

It also includes a voice search function powered by Siri.

Prices will start from $149 and the device will be available in the US in October.

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The Apple TV will be available in two models: the 32GB for $149 and the 64GB version for $199.

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The remote includes voice search with a dedicated Siri button.

It also features a glass trackpad, a menu button, play/pause button and a volume control. The remote will also control your TV.

It has a built-in accelerometer and gyroscope. Apple says the remote lasts three months on a single charge and can be recharged via the Lightning connector.

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The Apple TV features 802.11ac wi-fi in addition to Bluetooth and Ethernet. For connection to a TV the device includes an HDMI port.

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If you miss something during a show you can ask Siri "What did they say?" and it will skip backward 15 seconds and turn on subtitles.

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The Apple TV will support downloadable apps and will include voice specifically for Netflix, Hulu, HBO, Showtime and iTune.s

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The Apple TV features a weather app, and also includes a popup window if you ask Siri a question about the weather.

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The developers of Crossy Road demonstrated how users can play multiplayer games (using two remotes).

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The Apple TV will support gaming via the remote with some of the games announced at the event including Rock Band, Crossy Road, Galaxy on Fire and Disney Infinity.

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Rock Band developer Harmonix used the event to announce its new rhythm game for Apple TV called Beat Sports which combines music and sport using the Apple remote.

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