Last month we saw some stellarduring Prime Day and Black Friday in July promotions but those sales are long gone now. Fear not, though, as a major retailers are giving you one more chance to save on the latest streaming hardware from Apple with . Dropping as low as $120 for the 32GB model, this is a match for the best price we’ve seen outside of Prime Day and a rare chance to save on a product that’s historically held firm at its full retail price.
This is the newest Apple TV 4K with the all-new (and vastly improved) Siri remote to accompany it. This version is powered by Apple’s A12 Bionic chip to help maximize speed and app experiences. At close to $50 off, you’ll have a hard time finding a better price for this right now.
The 64GB Apple TV 4K offers extra storage if you’ll be downloading a lot of content or installing various games and apps. While the 32GB model is also $59 off, it may be worth spending the extra $20 to double the storage if you plan to keep it for a while.
We’re spoiled for choice when it comes tothese days, with great options from Roku, Amazon, Google and more all available inexpensively. If you’re all-in on the Apple ecosystem though, the Apple TV is undeniably the best pick for you and the is the current top-tier model.
Inside, it’s powered by Apple’s beefy A12 Bionic chip to help it operate smoothly and ensure that your streaming experience is top-notch. There’s also a Siri Voice Remote for easy navigation. You can choose between 32GB or 64GB options, both available at a discount, with the latter being advisable for those wanting to run a lot of games or store a large collection of TV shows and movies on the device.
Apple TV offers the level of user experience you’d expect from an Apple product, plus convenient tie-ins with your Apple ID, iTunes purchase history, and Apple services such as Apple TV Plus and. Ultimately, you’re likely to enjoy using an Apple TV more than a device from a competitor and the near-$60 discount helps drop its price to something a little closer to the rest of the streaming pack.
Source from www.cnet.com