Apple TV 4K officially launches; delays and shortages affecting availability.

Apple TV 4K officially launches; delays and shortages affecting availability.

After the official announcement earlier this month, The Apple TV 4K has been released. Apple TV 4K is now available from Apple Stores and third-party retailers. In addition, the new TV’s first pre-orders are delivered directly to those who purchase. Unfortunately, delays are sometimes causing problems for some potential Apple TV 4K customers.

The latest Apple TV 4K was announced earlier this month, along with the new iPad 10 and M2 iPad Pro updates. The most recent edition of Apple’s top-of-the-line streaming device comes with a brand new A15 Bionic chip, with support for HDR10plus, and an updated Siri Remote, which uses USB-C for charging. In addition, it’s lower in price than its previous models.

Apple TV 4K is available in two configurations. The first model is priced at $129 and comes with only 64GB of storage and wireless connectivity. For $149, you’ll receive 128GB of storage, an Ethernet port, and the ability to use thread connectivity for smart home devices.

Many excited Apple TV 4K pre-order buyers have been posting on Twitter and Instagram to display their arrived pre-orders. The brand-new Apple TV 4K models are also accessible for immediate pickup at Apple Stores across the United States.

However, some supply issues and delays may affect Apple TV 4K availability. According to the information noted by Sigmund Judge on Twitter, a few buyers who ordered the new model have seen their orders be delayed from November 7 to October 10. Judge says there’s also no option to pick up your order in-store at several Apple Store locations across Europe.

The most recent Apple TV 4K models are sold on Amazon at slightly reduced prices, with orders with a delivery time of only a few days.


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