Apple has announced a new streaming media player that lets you play streaming video directly from your Apple TV or Apple TV Mini to your computer or smartphone.
The new Apple TV Player, codenamed the Apple TV5K, is available for pre-order today for $199.99 in the U.S. and Canada, and $299.99 worldwide.
Apple has not yet released pricing information for the device.
Apple TV 5k streamer source The Verge The Apple TV is Apple’s answer to the Roku 3, Roku 4, and Amazon Fire TV boxes, which all feature built-in streaming media capabilities and some of the most popular streaming apps available on iOS.
It’s powered by the company’s latest 10.3-inch, 1080p OLED touchscreen, which has a 5K resolution and support for up to 1080p HD video.
The new Apple player also includes a microSD card slot that lets users add a third-party media player and add a second Apple TV to a single home network.
The device supports Apple TV, Apple TV Plus, Apple Cinema 4D, and the new Apple HomePod.
The Apple-branded Apple TV players can be found on the Apple Store and Apple Authorized Resellers websites.
The Apple TV player’s official website describes the Apple device as a “streaming device” that uses the new HDMI 2.0 standard.
The feature allows users to stream the same source content over HDMI, so a streaming source that supports multiple devices at the same time is supported.
The player also supports up to five simultaneous Apple TVs simultaneously, so you can watch the same movie or show over multiple TVs.
The streaming player also lets you view the source content on multiple Apple TVs, which means you can stream the source on one or both of your Apple TVs at the exact same time.
The player also features a small display on the top of the device that lets people see information on their TV.
For example, if you have a TV with two sets of Apple TV speakers and a second TV with an Apple TV remote, you can use the device to switch between the two devices.
The device has a 3.5mm jack for connecting an external microphone, as well as a built-up microphone for audio call recording.
It also comes with two built-ins that allow users to use the player with third-parties, like Spotify, Pandora, or a streaming music service like Pandora.
The feature will be available to Apple’s customers in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, and Italy, and it’s expected to launch globally later this year.