• Lost AirTag can be read by any other NFC-enabled iPhone or Android device

    25 days ago - By 9to5Google

    After numerous rumors, Apple finally introduced AirTag during today's special event. Apple's item tracker works based on the ultra-wideband U1 chip and relies on the Find My network to work even offline. However, an interesting detail that wasn't mentioned during the keynote is that even Android users can identify an AirTag in Lost Mode.
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  • Apple Unveils Their Next-Gen Apple TV 4K With Redesigned Siri Remote

    Apple Unveils Their Next-Gen Apple TV 4K With Redesigned Siri Remote

    25 days ago - By Ubergizmo

    It has been a while since Apple updated its Apple TV. The last time we saw a refresh was several years ago when Apple updated it with support for 4K displays. For those looking forward to a more modern take on the Apple TV, you're in luck as Apple has since officially announced the new Apple TV 4K. On the surface, the new Apple TV doesn't look any different from its predecessors. However, under the hood is where most of the changes reside. The new Apple TV will be powered by the A12 Bionic chipset and comes with support for HDR and Dolby Vision. It will also support 4K similar to the...
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  • An Updated Apple TV 4K Features a New Siri Remote, Faster A12 Bionic Processor

    An Updated Apple TV 4K Features a New Siri Remote, Faster A12 Bionic Processor

    26 days ago - By App Advice

    The Apple TV 4K is getting a big update. Apple just unveiled the new generation of the streaming device at today's special event.
    A big upgrade is that the new Apple TV is powered by the A12 Bionic processor found in the iPhone 11 line.
    Thanks to the new processor, the device supports high frame rate HDR and Dolby Vision with 60 frames per second. That will also allows videos shot on the iPhone 12 Pro line to be displayed at the full 60-fps Dolby Vision.
    Another new feature is the unique color balance process that works with an iPhone to help improve a TVs picture quality.
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  • New Siri Remote Doesn't Have U1 Chip and Won't Work With Find My

    New Siri Remote Doesn't Have U1 Chip and Won't Work With Find My

    26 days ago - By Mac Rumors

    The newly redesigned Siri Remote, which will be sold alongside the updated Apple TV 4K and is also available on a standalone basis , does not have a built-in U1 chip and does not appear to be compatible with the Find My app.
    There is no U1 ultra wideband chip listed in the specs for the ‌Siri‌ Remote, nor is there a mention of the ‌Find My‌ app, and now Apple has confirmed to The Verge that it's not an oversight - the remote does not have a U1 chip.
    Ahead of the launch of the new 4K Apple TV there were rumors that the ‌Siri‌ Remote would have a Find My-like feature for locating it when...
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