The new beta of OS X - Captain Unveils New Apple TV

It happens that sniffing code betas that Apple will be achieved by launching predict a little about the future of the company and its nearby equipment. The latest release of the beta version of OS X developers to "Captain" hides small references to products that Apple could launch in the not too distant future. These products seem to hint at is an iMac with a screen of 21.5 "and a new Bluetooth remote control. It is the latter more interesting as we could understand that is the new command of Apple TV.



As mentioned, the code includes support for a new 21.5-inch iMac, and the current does not have Retina display, however, OS X - Captain supports a resolution of 4096 x 2304 on a display panel of those dimensions. Makes sense that having a 27-inch iMac with a resolution arising 5K lose some resolution on a 21.5-inch screen, is that on that panel 5K resolution is absurd all lights for anything other than consuming resources. We should note that there is no reference to this panel in any version of OS X Yosemite also refer to a new graphics chip called Intel Pro 6200, which would be necessary to bring 4K iMac.

Now talking about the new Apple TV, as exploration, including support for new hardware that integrates a Bluetooth wireless chip can also connect to devices via an infrared sensor, and will include a Multi-Touch trackpad like the Macbook, but ForceTouch. This device also seems to also have their own audio, either for reproduction or for a hypothetical microphone to Siri. What is clear is that something is coming, and hopefully not too late.

The next Apple TV as we have said before coming completely redesigned, with support for Siri and possible support for HomeKit, but almost more importantly, would have its own App Store, which would make it a device very important entertainment home.


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