Apple TV 4K Lightning port

Hidden Lightning port discovered on the Apple TV 4K

A Lightning port was hidden by Apple on the Apple TV 4K. It’s placement is inside the Ethernet port, and its purpose is likely for debugging.

Apple Store Gift Cards for all the big purchases this Black Friday

Apple is giving gift cards of up to $200 back for its customers who buy some of its older iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches and Macs.

Apple TV works with Dolby Atmos, TV providers

The next tvOS update will support Dolby’s spatial sound codec and, soon, Charter Spectrum channel packages through Apple TV.

Pay $140 and up for four months of DirecTV Now access, and get a free Apple TV 4K

The hot new Apple TV 4K typically costs $179 with 32GB storage, but new DirecTV Now streamers can get it completely free of charge.

iPhone X among Apple’s first devices getting Netflix HDR

A new Apple TV, new iPhones and new iPads are all getting the ability to stream Netflix content in HDR or in Dolby Vision.

NVIDIA fights Apple TV 4K with new $179 Shield TV remote-only bundle

Technically, the NVIDIA Shield TV set-top box isn’t getting upgraded or revised today. It’s merely ditching the controller to save you 20 bucks.

A few hours in, iPhone 8, Apple Watch Series 3 and Apple TV 4K delivery times have started expanding

If you haven’t pre-ordered the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, Apple Watch Series 3 or Apple TV 4K yet, forget about receiving any of them on September 22.

iPhone 8, 8 Plus, Apple Watch Series 3 and Apple TV 4K pre-orders start… now

With the iPhone X still a ways off, iFans in the market for some new iGear will need to settle for an iPhone 8 or Apple Watch Series 3 starting today.

Apple TV 4K goes official at last with… 4K streaming capabilities

Fittingly and unimaginatively called Apple TV 4K, the Cupertino-based tech titan’s latest digital media player can finally stream 4K content.

Watch the Apple iPhone 8, iPhone X, Apple Watch Series 3 and Apple TV 4K event here (video)

Apple’s iPhone 8 event (or should we say the iPhone X event?) is broadcasted live on the company’s official website for iPhone, iPad and Mac users.