Apple will unveil a new version of its Apple TV set-top box in June that boasts an App Store and Siri, its virtual personal assistant.
The iPhone maker is planning to announce details of the next-generation television product at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, Buzzfeed reported.
The Apple TV box is expected to feature a new design and updated operating system to support the Siri voice control and Homekit, which enables users to turn their house’s lights on and off and change heating levels via an app. It could also come with a new remote control.
Apple told The Telegraph it does not comment on rumour and speculation.
The latest version of Apple TV would be released in addition to an online television service, allowing users to stream video content from around 25 channels on their iPhones, iPads and set-top boxes, which was reported on Tuesday.
The company is in talks with US broadcasters such as ABC, CBS and Fox to launch the service, according to the Wall Street Journal.
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SOURCE: The Telegraph