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Apple TV 4K

Apple has announced the arrival of its new Apple TV 4K. The set-top box is capable of streaming 4K content and is significantly more powerful than its predecessor. 

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It will have a 4K HDR resolution. 

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Here's a sample of the resolution. 

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Apple showed the difference between 4K and 4K HDR resolution.

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It comes integrated with Siri support. 

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The menu interface has been redesigned 

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It will have an A10X Fusion chip.

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You'll be able to watch plenty of movies. 

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Or you can listen to music.

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Don't worry, you won't have to pay more for 4K content.

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If you've already bought an HD movie, you'll get an upgrade to 4K automatically, for free.

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The new Apple TV will land in eight countries. 

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Here's a sampling of some of the content Apple TV will carry.

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It will be released officially on September 22

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But preorders will start on September 15. 

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