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.
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.
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.
There was a lot of big news regarding 4K and HDR video content recently. Apple launched the new Apple TV 4K that has support for multiple forms of HDR (including Dolby Vision) alongside 4K. The iTunes Store also got new 4K and HDR content. If you made purchases that are now available in 4K, Apple would even upgrade them to 4K for free. Lastly, Apple has dramatically brought down the price of 4K, making it the same price as any other HD videos in iTunes. It didn't stop there, however, as HDR video is also now available on the new iPad Pros running iOS 11.
According to some rather curious findings that iOS developer Guilherme Rambo recently unearthed from the leaked HomePod firmware, Apple's fifth-generation Apple TV set-top box with HDR 10, Dolby Vision and 4K resolution support is in the works.