Apple TV with intelligent Siri coming your way this Fall
Apple TV was going to be released back in June at the WWDC, but then the Silicon Valley giant didn’t want to overburden its iOS 9 developers with too many tasks at their hand. Four months henceforth, Apple is going to announce their latest Apple TV at the annual fall media event on September 9. Codenamed as J34, the next iteration of Apple’s media streaming device is going to have a TV-optimized version of iOS 9 and new hardware that compliments the capabilities of the operating system with a faster dual-core A8 processor. It is also expected that RAM will beef up to 1GB (if not 2GB) and the flash storage capacity will go up to 32GB at-least.
The design of Apple TV hasn’t changed much in the last few years which is kind of boring. That however will change with Apple TV’s new look which is going to be slimmer and a bit wider. It is also going to come with a bigger remote control that has prominent tactile keys, touch-based input (most probably Force Touch) and gesture control support. Not only will the exterior will look different, but the user-interface will also be fresher and catchy.
Apple TV will come loaded with iOS 9 and its own App Store for developers
In all probability this will bring gaming to Apple TV courtesy the touchpad. The remote also might feature a microphone to pick up audio input from the user for use with Siri. This is going to be a potent tool for Apple and they will leave no stone unturned when we speak of the voice search capabilities.
The media streaming gadget will have its own App Store and it will give developers the freedom to come-up with some amazing new ways to explore Apple TV, voice-centric apps to be specific.
Come September 9, we will come to know more about the Apple TV, stay tuned till then.