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Apple to launch revised Apple TV at WWDC

Apple are set to announce a new Apple TV box.

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Although everyone is looking forward to the pending Apple Watch release, that hasn’t prevented some news coming from another Apple product. At their upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June, Apple are set to launch a completely revised edition of Apple TV.

The new model is set to include a large amount of internal storage, well beyond the current 8GB that’s available, as well as Apple’s latest A8 processing system. However, the biggest inclusion is set to be the introduction of Siri on to the box, enabling users to navigate through movies and TV shows with their voice. When you factor in that Apple will also add a dedicated TV App Store to the little black box, Siri will be even more vital.

Although there’s no news on when Apple plans to make a full release of the revised Apple TV, chances are we’ll see it in Q4 of this week, retailing for not much more than it’s currently available for.

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