The new Apple TV 3 review: Apple TV with new specs and an improved UI

article The new 4K Apple TV 4K is a huge improvement over the 3K model, and with it comes a new user interface that lets you easily switch between modes, such as Full HD and 4K.

And that’s before you even get to the new Siri remote.

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Here are the best new features: A 4K resolution that makes for stunning visuals and a stunning UI, all with the added benefit of having a more immersive experience.

It’s also much more convenient, since the device is just a few inches shorter than its predecessor.

The 4K model comes with a 3D Touch-enabled remote that lets users take a picture or snap a video in just a couple of taps.

A new Siri Remote lets you ask Siri questions like “Where’s my Apple TV?” or “What is the weather like in Los Angeles?” and it can also play audio-only music or watch video without any of the hassle of a microphone.

That’s great for anyone who needs to ask a question, but also great for new users who aren’t used to having a remote control.

It also lets you play music, watch videos, and browse the web with just one voice command.

All of these features make for a new experience that we love.

And while the 4K version will cost more than its 3K sibling, that’s because Apple made a lot of these upgrades, with the 4 and 3K models available with a free update.

If you’re on a budget, though, you can also choose to upgrade to the 3D-touch version, which also comes with the same features, but costs a bit more.

If that’s the best option for you, you’ll get a 2-year contract with a $49 price tag.

But if you want the best out of this new 4-inch 4K 4K TV 4k TV is the best-performing 4K television, and it’s now available for less than half the price.

Read more The big takeaway: It’s a great upgrade over the 2-inch 3D touch version.

And with 4K, the 4,000-dot OLED screen is really good.

But the best part is the Siri Remote.

While we’ve been able to use it to play music in the past, with 4k, it makes it easy to ask Siri the questions you need.

And if you don’t have a microphone, you don, too.