Apple TV 4K lets you watch movies and shows in amazing 4K HDR — and now it completes the picture with immersive sound from Dolby Atmos.
- It streams your favourite channels live.
- Has great content from iTunes and apps like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Stan.
- And thanks to Siri, you can control it all with just your voice.
4K HDR sets a new standard
4K gives you a crisper picture using four times more pixels than standard HD. High Dynamic Range (HDR) delivers brighter, more realistic colours and greater detail.
From the hottest new movie to your favourite TV show, everything is more lifelike than ever.
Dolby Atmos. It’s sound, turned up to 360
Combine Apple TV 4K with a Dolby Atmos–compatible sound system and you’re fully immersed in three-dimensional audio that sends sound around and above you with pinpoint precision.
Whether a jet zooms overhead or a torrential downpour erupts, the true-to-life sound puts you inside the action.
And as the first streaming player to be both Dolby Vision– and Dolby Atmos–certified, Apple TV 4K brings home the complete cinematic experience.
Your favourite live TV lives here
Apple TV teams up with some of the world’s largest TV networks and broadcasters to bring you the live content you care about most.
Find sports from apps like NBA, MLB and Optus Sport.3 Late-breaking news from apps like Bloomberg and CNN.
And your favourite shows on apps such as ABC iview, 7plus and 9Now.
And now you’ll get even more great on‑demand content with Apple TV, making it truly the best box to connect to your screen.
The Apple TV App. Everything you watch, all in one place
The Apple TV App lets you browse content from popular video services without switching from one app to the next. You’ll find movies, shows and hand-picked recommendations. The Apple TV App is already on iPhone, iPad and Apple TV, and works seamlessly across them all. So if you stop watching in one place, you can pick up where you left off on a different device.
2021 – Second-Gen Apple TV 4K
In terms of hardware, the second-gen Apple TV 4K doesn’t improve much on its predecessor. The headline feature is support for high frame rates of 60 frames per second, to smooth out fast-moving action. Unfortunately, streaming content that takes advantage of this is extremely rare.
Apple’s new remote control adds power and mute buttons. It also reverts to the old-school “click wheel” button design. The entire click wheel is a touchpad, so you can flick to scroll or press when you need more precision. So many people hated the old remote that Apple sells the new one separately to use with an old Apple TV.