Apple announces the launch of the new Apple TV and iPad Mini in India
Apple has rolled out the first version of its new Apple Television in India.
The streaming device, which will cost Rs 6,499 (around Rs 7,800 USD) in India, will allow users to stream video to multiple Apple devices.
The device also offers a number of other features including Apple Pay, which allows customers to make purchases with their credit card on the Apple TV.
The new AppleTV, which has a 4K resolution, is a much-requested feature by users who are unhappy with their existing TV set-top box.
It also offers support for new streaming video formats including HDR (High Dynamic Range) video, as well as support for Dolby Vision, the company’s proprietary technology.
The Apple TV can also record up to eight hours of high-definition video for up to 30 minutes.
Apple is also rolling out Apple TV 4K streaming content, which it says will include the popular Netflix streaming service.
Apple is currently streaming four episodes of its hit show, The Mindy Project, in a new Apple streaming app called The Mindys TV.
Apple also launched a new website to provide information about the new streaming service, and is expanding its iOS and OS X apps, which are designed to support new Apple devices such as the Apple Watch, iPhone and iPad.
Apple says that its OS X app has become the most popular among iOS users, but Android users are still using its OS.
The Apple TV is also getting a redesign.
The device’s black and white color scheme has been revamped, and it is now a 4.5-inch, 1080p OLED touchscreen device with a 2,560 x 1,440 resolution.