article By now you’re probably familiar with the new iPhone XS and XS Max.
The new iPhone 8 and XR are also hitting stores tomorrow.
Apple has also announced the Apple Watch Series 4.
And finally, the next iPhone will arrive later this year.
But there’s more Apple hardware to look forward to this holiday season.
The latest rumors point to the arrival of Apple TV, the first streaming box with a built-in speaker and other audio features.
There’s also some speculation that Apple will soon launch its own high-end video streaming box.
It all seems to point to an Apple TV.
That’s not just because Apple has always done this, but because the company’s TV streaming service is now a big part of its new TV product lineup.
Apple TV has been around for a while, but it’s only now becoming clear that the product will be a major part of the company this holiday.
A recent Apple investor presentation described the company as building a “world-class entertainment streaming device” that would “become an integral part of Apple’s future TV platform.”
The presentation went on to say that Apple’s new streaming box will be able to stream to Apple TVs in more than 50 countries, including the U.S. and the U:A company source told the Wall Street Journal that the company is also working on a new video streaming device that will be the companys first device to offer native 4K streaming support.
The video streaming service will be called Apple TV Plus, according to a person familiar with Apple’s plans.
The Apple TV’s video streaming capabilities have been in a fairly constant state of flux since it was unveiled in late 2014.
Back then, the product featured a handful of unique streaming features that let users stream content from other Apple devices.
But those features were quickly replaced by Apple TV 2.
Apple TV 4, which was unveiled earlier this year, added support for native 4k streaming support, as well as a number of other features.
The new Apple television is expected to feature a 4K video stream that can be upscaled and improved with a variety of different hardware and software tweaks.
The company also plans to release new Apple TVs with higher resolution displays that are able to deliver more immersive viewing experiences.
The upcoming Apple TV could be the first of a series of Apple devices that will offer more native 4khz support, though details on those plans are not yet known.
There’s no telling how Apple’s video service will work, but we’re sure that Apple TV will at some point have support for the high-resolution native 4:4:4 color ratio that was added to the Apple TV in 2017.
Apple is also rumored to be working on its own audio streaming service, called Apple CinemaPass, that will let people stream music directly to Apple TV speakers.
But that project was canceled last year, and no further details about it were revealed.