The Apple smart TV was unveiled in April 2015.
The company has been quietly working on a smart tv for some time, but there has been little news from Apple since then.
Now the smart tv has arrived, and it has some good news for Apple fans.
Apple has officially unveiled the new smart tv at its developer conference, WWDC, in San Francisco.
The smart tv’s specs include a 1080p, 4K screen, a dual-core i7 processor, and an Adreno 330 GPU.
The tv comes with a Siri voice-controlled remote, a microSD card slot, a 5GHz quad-core processor, dual cameras, and a dual microphones.
It’s a pretty good package for $1,499.99, and Apple is offering the smart TV for free to anyone who buys an iPhone 6s Plus.
If you want to get one, you’ll need to sign up for a beta program, which Apple says will launch in the next few weeks.
Apple also says that all pre-orders will be fulfilled in 48 hours, so if you want a smart TV soon, you might want to go for the cheapest.
We’ve seen a few other models with 4K displays, but it’s rare for a TV to have this much detail.
It does, however, have a dual microphone system, so there’s a chance you’ll hear a little noise, which is definitely something you’ll want to be careful about.
If the price isn’t too bad, you can get one for $799.99.