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    Featured Streaming Services
    Apple Music, Apple TV+, Disney+, ESPN+, HBO Max, Hulu, Netflix, Prime Video, Sling TV, YouTube TV
    Maximum Supported Resolution
    2160p (4K)
    High Dynamic Range (HDR)
    Yes
    Operating System Compatibility
    Apple iOS, Apple iPadOS
    Remote Control Included
    Yes
    Storage Type
    Internal
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Apple - TV 4K 64GB (2nd Generation) - Black

Model:MXH02LL/A
SKU:6342364
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Featured Streaming Services
Apple Music, Apple TV+, Disney+, ESPN+, HBO Max, Hulu, Netflix, Prime Video, Sling TV, YouTube TV
Apple TV+
Apple TV+
YouTube TV, Netflix, Prime Video, Spotify
Maximum Supported Resolution
2160p (4K)
2160p (4K)
2160p (4K)
2160p (4K)
High Dynamic Range (HDR)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

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Rating 4.8 out of 5 stars with 2445 reviews

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Simple and efficient. Very responsive.

    We are so happy we made the decision to purchase Apple TV 4K because cutting cable with service provider is not an easy decision for us. The Apple TV 4K made all the difference and made our decision worth it because it is so easy to use, very responsive and worked seamlessly with all our other Apple devices. It is definitely a much better option compared to other streaming device we’ve tried because of ease of use, the quality and it has the Apple signature look that feels premium yet very user friendly. It’s probably the most responsive remote that we had and the Siri capability works way a lot better compared to other voice assistant. I highly recommend Apple TV 4K if you’re just new to cutting the cord and wanted a simplistic approach to navigating the streaming TV.

    Posted by Jan07

  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Apple Ecosystem

    I upgraded to Apple 4K TV from the Roku, which I liked a lot. The Apple TV is a great streaming device. It is a little pricey, but it’s worth it. If you’re already invested in the Apple ecosystem, like me and have purchased Apps, Games, Movies and Shows through your iPhone then this is the device for you. Everything you have will be available and ready to use. The setup is easy and fast. The remote is nice and so is the functionality. I recommed the Apple TV to everyone, especially if you’re all in with Apple products.

    Posted by Baam

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Streamer out there!

    This is my third iteration of Apple TV. I started with Apple TVHD in 2017. Each iteration gets better and better; this one does not break the trend. Not trying the other steamers, I liked Apple TV Streaming Box based on reported specifications, which always proved true for me personally. When shopping, I always look at the spec sheets first. The 2021 Apple TV did not come neither too soon nor too late. I was losing my mind trying to figure out how to stream music as Hi-Resolution, having resigned myself to accept what was available for movies and tv. Thus, considering the popular music streamers, I didn’t like any of them, although some of the audiophile reports sounded really good, especially concerning one or two of them. The common thread with the popular music streamers was the need for an external DAC for even decent 48 kHz sound reproduction. Apple’s announcement of Apple Lossless streaming was a pleasant surprise to most of us that like both High Definition/HDR video and Hi-Resolution music. From the first day, Apple promises lossless music streaming up to 48 kHz, on Apple TV4K. However, with an external DAC, they promise hi-res streaming up to 192 kHz! Finally, I can consider a way to have up to 24-bit hi-res streaming of the thousands of lossless songs I scanned from CDs. And, the sky is the limit to where Apple will go with hi-res music in the future. Of all the streamers in the business, I trust Apple to provide the highest quality and best service. Apple TV4K (2021) has a chip that beats the chip in Apple TV4K (2017) based on the “newer” A12 Bionic SoC and the dedicated, new in 2021 for ATV, A.I. neural-engine hardware. The GPU in the 2017 Apple TV was faster, but that speed has nothing on the speed of the A12 Bionic + the machine learning of the neural engine in the 2021 Apple TV going forward. Within 30-hours of installing my ATV4K (2nd Gen), I was already seeing and hearing rather significant improvement in both video and audio processing, such that I feel that I “finally” had Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos from my HDTV and AVR system. It’s just terrible the difference between the before (2017 ATV) and after (2021 ATV), speaking ironically. All of a sudden, about 75% more programs show as Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, when before, the experience was not nearly as profound as it is with the 2nd generation ATV. I could hardly find Dolby Vision anymore, especially combined with Dolby Atmos. Now, Dolby Vision and Atmos are exceptional wherever they are supported, and extraordinary together. Amazon does not support Dolby Vision or Atmos; they just call it UHD and HDR and 5.1, but their HDR (HDR10) is a very good substitute for LG televisions that do not support HDR10+. Besides the “smarter” chip and neural engine, the HDMI 2.1 specification makes this new tv a very serious contender in the streaming wars. This device is “future-proofed” up through 10K/120 Hz. To my understanding, consumer video won’t ever need to go higher than 8K/120 Hz. The resolutions and frame rates higher than that are for commercial applications such as the medical industry, airlines industry, education industry, etc. However, it is currently unknown what the gaming industry can do/or plans to do with 10K/120 Hz. LOL! Very exciting future here. The attached screen shots show where Apple is at now for 4K HDR deliverance!!! More please! I sometimes hate to leave home, because of my constantly improving home-theater system!

    Posted by RBJ1954

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