After months of conjecture the Apple TV might not be obtaining a refresh at following week’s WWDC after all, according to two different records today.
Apple kicks its Worldwide Developers Seminar off with a position keynote this coming Monday, with the general concesus having a brand-new Apple TV 4 most likely to be revealed throughout the occasion. Or a minimum of, that was just what all of us thought. Ends up, that’s not going to take place after all.
As reports begin to roll in from the likes of Re/code and The New york city Times, it is ending up being significantly clear that the Apple TV will certainly not in fact obtain a much required refresh following week after Apple determined to pull it as recently as last month.
Composing for The New york city Times, Brian X. Chen claims that Apple decided versus introducing a brand-new Apple TV during the large WWDC keynote because of it merely not being all set. With Apple having recently gotten stick for having software application out in the wild that is much less than solid and stable, Apple might have decided to err on the side of care this moment around.
Baseding on Chen, Apple “prepared as just recently as mid-May to make use of the occasion to spotlight brand-new Apple TV equipment, along with a boosted remote and a device set for developers to make applications for the entertainment device,” however determined against such plans dispite the Apple TV remaining in determined requirement of an update. Apple last introduced a brand-new Apple TV back in 2012, and the subsequent years of appearing disregard have left the device looking aging while being overtaken in both functions and functionality by the similarity Amazon’s Fire Stick.
If Apple did definitely make a decision against introducing a new Apple TV at WWDC after that when will it show up? While we do not yet understand the answer to that concern, we can only hope it will not be also long before we can finally retire the Apple TV as we understand it.
There are a number of statements we are anticipating next Monday, with iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 making the headlines among others. If there is any sort of form of Apple TV statement, no matter it being equipment or software program, we’ll absolutely have it covered.
(Sources: Re/code, NYT)
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