Apple TV Rumored A Smart Speaker To Compete With Amazon Echo


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More and more rumors are that in the upcoming Developers Conference to be held in a few days, the Cupertino-based company could introduce several new devices. A few days ago we told you about the new MacBook Pro, which could be integrated fingerprint sensor and an OLED display. These new notebooks would come to market later this year.

On the other hand, it is also rumored that Apple could introduce a new range of belts for the Apple Watch from another recognized clothing company. What if it is not likely the company launches new belts that extend the capabilities of the Apple Watch, as a belt with GPS, blood oxygen meter …

The company will build on its enhancements to the Apple TV announced last year, which brought the Siri virtual assistant to the set-top box. A new version of the Apple TV will solve problems with the existing box and remote control, a source familiar with the matter claims.

“They want Apple TV to be just the hub of everything”

The last device that has been added to list of possible devices is a new Apple TV. A new Apple TV would come to the market to compete with Google and Amazon Echo Home. The fourth generation Apple TV hit the market late last year, after nearly three years without being updated and offering a number of new features compared to the previous model.

So it really is unlikely that the company can renew the device just six months after its presentation, but it would not be a new move by the company. It made a similar move when it launched the iPad 3 at six months and again renew the device launching the iPad 4.

According to VentureBeat says, who has published this news, Apple would choose to renew the current Apple TV instead of launching a device shaped like models Amazon and Google speaker. This new Apple TV would allow us to interact 24 hours a day with Siri, since it would have a microphone and a speaker.

(Source: VentureBeat)

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