I am the proud owner of one Apple TV with an onboard 160GB harddrive, one Apple TV 2 that is jailbroken with Firecore and finally an Apple TV 3 run through OverPlay.net’s VPN service US IP so I get all the good stuff while couch surfing in front of the altar right here in downtown Copenhagen.
I am very excited about the newly rumored Apple TV 4 as it’ll sport some kind of onboard streaming service that I guess I can sign up for immediately as I also have a US Apple Account for all the nice stuff Apple put on the US App Store but that is out of reach for people in Denmark for example who exclusively use the Danish Apple App Store.
Will you be getting an Apple TV 4 in October, 2015 â€“ or will you pass on this one?
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With the official debut of theÂ next-generation Apple TV less thanÂ two weeks away, sources have provided additional details on Appleâ€™s pricing, availability, and product lineup plans for its set-top devices. According to sources, the fourth-generation Apple TVÂ will be priced below $200, and is on track to become available in October. Apple executives are apparently stillÂ finalizing the price of the revamped living room device, but the latest options call for a starting price point ofÂ either $149 or $199, both higher than theÂ third-generation Apple TVâ€¦
The new Apple TV will come at a premium price compared with theÂ current model, which was originally priced at $99 from its launch inÂ 2012, thenÂ was reduced to $69 thisÂ March. As the new box will be considerably more expensive than popular alternatives fromÂ Roku,Â GoogleÂ andÂ Amazon, Apple plans to keep the $69 third-generation deviceÂ for sale as an entry level model withinÂ the Apple TV product line. The new Apple TV 4 will be very similar to the current model in appearance, but it will be thicker and slightly wider, sources say.