Today, we’re announcing the newest iPhones to hit the market: the Apple TV 4K and Apple TV 2.1.
Apple has officially launched the Apple TVs 4K+ model and the AppleTV 2.0.
Both TVs have new wireless charging technology, and the new Apple TV models also support a 4K resolution and HDMI inputs, as well as Dolby Vision support.
The Apple TV 3 and 4 have 4K display support, but not 4K video.
The Apple TV 1.1 has a 5K resolution display, but does not support 4K streaming.
We’ve also made a new update to the iOS 9 beta for iPhone users.
Apple is introducing the Apple Watch 2, which will be released to developers this Friday.
It comes with the new FaceTime voice and image messaging and Siri-based voice control, and includes new features like Apple Pay.
The new AppleTVs are the latest iPhones to get the update to iOS 9, and it’s likely to be released this weekend, as Apple has previously announced it would release an update to watchOS 3.1 this summer.