Product was listed as currently unavailable.From prior experience, this usually is associated with a product that is being discontinued.The New Apple TV, the new Apple TV will reportedly feature the newest version of Bluetooth, called Bluetooth Smart (4.0).Apple previously integrated Bluetooth Smart into its new iPhone 4S, and has also added the function to the latest iterations of the MacBook Air laptops and Mac Mini computers.
Leveraging Bluetooth.0 technology, Apple could potentially implement motion-sensitive controls and even.Siri onto its TV platform.Bluetooth Smart devices are designed to gather a specific type of information - are all the windows on my house locked, what is my insulin level, how much do I weigh today?and send it to a Bluetooth Smart Ready device, Bluetooth wrote in a press release.
Examples include heart-rate monitors, blood-glucose meters, smart watches, window and door security sensors, key fobs for your car, and blood-pressure cuffs-the opportunities are endless.By integrating ieee 802.11 a/b/g and single-stream 802.1 n (MAC/baseband/radio as well as an FM radio receiver and transmitter, Bluetooth Smart can sync with wireless technologies, such as Apple TV, in about 6 milliseconds - almost instantaneously.If Apple can find a way for Bluetooth Smart to get along with Apple's virtual assistant Siri, the two might both appear in the upcoming version of Apple.
But even if Siri doesn't make it to the next Apple TV, there's a great chance Apple will upgrade the set-top platform to be compatible with 1080p. .Starting late last year, Apple reportedly asked several movie studios to submit content to the iTunes Store in 1080p.Thus far, 1080p HD content has largely eluded users of Apple products, with HD versions of videos on the company's digital download service maxing out 720p (1280 x 720) and chief executive Steve Jobs balking at adoption of Blu-ray on Macs due.The iPhone 4S can already shoot movies and stills in 1080p HD, and the iPad 3 will also reportedly feature a 2048 x 1536 true HD display that looks, according to a source who spoke to The New York Times, truly amazing.It would only make sense to endow the Apple TV with next-level.Apple has reportedly built two new chips - a dual-core A5X chip and a quad-core A6 chip - which was originally reported back in November when the iOS.1 beta release showed codal references to both chips.