Apple TV appears Apple did not only renovate the Apple TV set-top box. It also has a remote control. The new information about the TV is surfaced the online ahead of an Apple’s scheduled 12th September 2017 press event. Based on the discover codes, the new remote control the feature haptic feedback.

Apple TV comes with a feature iPhone style Taptic Engine:

The developer Guilherme Rambo said to social media over the weekend to share he found after examines the leaked tvOS 11 firmware. He apparently made an interesting discovery when he trips upon the references to “force calibration” “Vibe Waveforms” and “actuator calibration”. All the suggest the next generation Apple TV remote will come with the hectic feedback.

Siri Remote:

Learning about the Guilherme Rambo discovery, the MacRumors suspect the new Siri Remote cloud come equipped with an iPhone-style Taptic Engine. It provides with the touch based feedback. The feedback is believed to activate when using the Siri. It is browsing through the menus, accessing the home screen and others.

Haptic feedback technology:

The haptic feedback is the technology that is designed to give a tactile feedback to the user to interact with the device. The feedback system lets the user know whenever they have trapped or pressed a button or activated a certain feature. In 2015 Apple only began the haptic technology for its iPhone devices. It is worth noting that the Apple Company Mac the other iOS devices have used this features also.

Based on the Apple Insider, the current Apple TV remote has a touch surface that is similar to the MacBooks. It is not capable of responding or vibrating to taps, onscreen or presses activates. The addition haptic feedback to the upcoming Siri remote will be useful to users. Still, there is no official information about the particular function of the haptic feedback on the Apple TV remote control.

Leaks about fifth generation Apple TV:

It has been multiple leaks about the fifth generation Apple TV set-top box. The latest claims of the devices are going to debut as the “Apple TV 4K”. It supports an ultra high definition content. The 9To5Mac has learned the new digital media player; it will also likely a feature 3-core A10 Fusion processor. The processor contains a 3 GB of RAM. The Apple TV is also has a Dolby and HDR vision support. The iTunes store will be updated to include the 4K HDR content for the Apple TV fifth generation.

On Tuesday, Apple unveiling the other products included a slightly upgraded version of the AirPods, LTE-capable Apple Watch Series 3 and three new iPhones. The 10th-anniversary model called the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. Recent reports claimed the flagship device would be called the iPhone 8.

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