tvOS 11.2 lets your Apple TV 4K automatically switch video display modes in order to match a video's dynamic range and/or native frame rate. Owners of the fourth-generation model can use only frame rate matching, provided they're on the tvOS 11.3 software or later.
HDMI Forum today released the final version of the HDMI 2.1 specification following a preview earlier this year. It includes support for 10K displays, dynamic HDR content, high frame rate 4K video at 120 frames per second and 8K video at 60 frames per second, plus much more.
Vimeo today announced it's rolling out support for high dynamic range video (HDR), playable on compatible devices like the new iPhone X, iPad Pro and Apple TV 4K.
The iPhone X is a powerful new beast. Whether you are still debating on whether to get the new phone, or if you just want to know what makes this device stand out, I've taken a look at the 25 best features of the iPhone X.
Alongside the first developer beta iOS 11.2, Apple also released the first beta of tvOS 11.2. The biggest change here includes support for automatically switching the output of the video based on the content. Developers also can take advantage of this with the introduction of AVDisplayManager.
Aside from new betas of iOS 11.2 and watchOS 4.2, Apple today also issued the first beta of the upcoming tvOS 11.2 software update for the fourth-generation Apple TV and newer.
In the market for a 4K TV? There's never been a better time to get one. They're cheaper than ever before. There's more 4K content available than ever before. And not only is Apple now selling 4K Apple TVs, but it has also promised to upgrade everyone's HD iTunes movies to 4K (as they become available) for free.
So the question is no longer should you get a 4K TV, but which 4K TV should you get? That's where iDB comes in. We've put together a guide of some of the best 4K TVs available right now based on a variety of factors including pricing, feature set, personal experience, customer feedback and expert reviews.
The new Apple TV 4K has finally arrived, bringing with it several hardware improvements over the previous fourth-generation model such as the flagship 4K support.
iPhone 8's improved camera sensor brings better details in highlights and shadows. So confident is Apple in it that HDR is just on all the time with these new phones, a notable departure from previous iPhones that gave you manual control over HDR shooting modes.
Many people are still waiting for the premium iPhone X to hit the market in November. But in the meantime, iPhone 8 shoppers have started to receive their brand spanking new phones.
While support for the object-based Dolby Atmos surround sound technology is “on the roadmap”, it's unclear when Google's YouTube app for tvOS might serve 4K HDR video on Apple's upcoming 4K-enabled media streamer.