Apple Stock News: Reviews For The New Apple TV Are In

Apple Stock News

With the latest edition of Apple TV, which will be sold in stores this Friday, Apple promises to deliver the future of television through apps. With a new operating system, an updated touch remote that includes Siri control and the addition of games, the new Apple TV looks to transform the living room into a highly personalized and interactive environment. Multiple news outlets have published their reviews of the new Apple TV, which has been received positively.

The Verge gave the new Apple TV a 9 out of 10, claiming that it is really fast, Siri works well and that the games are a fun addition. Nilay Patel explains that it is just as good, if not better than any other stream-top box currently on the Market. Walt Mossberg explains that he was impressed with Siri.

David Pogue of Yahoo, although disappointed that the new Apple TV does not stream in 4K like some of its competitors, explained that “It’s clear that Apple worked its fingers to the bone on this; it works unbelievably well. You have to give a lot of commands before you find a failure.”

John Paczkowski of Buzzfeed said that “The new Apple TV isn’t just an upgraded set-top box; it’s the first “true” Apple TV, one that articulates Apple’s vision of what the TV viewing experience should be. It’s an appealing vision.”

According to Brian X. Chen of The New York Times the “plethora of innovations and apps that leads me to conclude that the upgraded $149 box is now the best TV streaming device you can get for your money.”

Finally, Geoffrey Fowler of The Wall Street Journal described the updated app store by saying “the new $150 Apple TV streaming box opens the largest screen in your house to an app store with the best that movie makers, game developers, retailers and even personal trainers can dream up.”

With the generally positive reviews, it will be interesting to see how well the new Apple TV will sell, especially considering the multiple competing set-top boxes that are available at lower prices.

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