We already know about the new iPhone X and Face ID because of the iOS 11 GM Leak. Now we have some information on the new 4K Apple TV. The existence of the new 4K compatible Apple TV was recently confirmed in the iOS 11 leak.
Developer Steve Troughton Smith has conformed some details about the device, including the native resolution it will have. This can be seen in the tweet below that reveals the device will have a native resolution of 2160p.
Apple TV will render natively at 2160p (1080p@2x) and supports a variety of color formats pic.twitter.com/tURvLe7bKz
— Steve T-S (@stroughtonsmith) September 10, 2017
The new 4K Apple TV is expected to keep the same design as the existing device, the set top box will get a faster processor and also more RAM to handle the 4K content. We are also expecting the device to come with more storage options than the existing models.
We heard last week that the new Apple TV would also support HDR. Apple are expected to charge $20 for their 4K movies, although there are rumors that the movie studios want them to charge more. The studios have apparently asked them to charge between $25 and $30 per movie, although it is unlikely Apple will charge this much. We will have full details about the new 4K Apple TV when it is announced tomorrow.