The new Apple TV 4K brings the best shows, movies, sports, and live TV-together with your favorite Apple devices and services.¹ Now with 4K High Frame Rate HDR for fluid, crisp video.² Watch Apple Originals with Apple TV+.³ Experience more ways to enjoy your TV with Apple Arcade, Apple Fitness+, and Apple Music.³ And use the new Siri Remote with touch-enabled clickpad to control it all.
Dolby Atmos for immersive, room-filling sound⁴
A12 Bionic chip gives a big boost to audio, video, and graphics, for even better game and app experiences
4K High Frame Rate HDR with Dolby Vision for fluid, crisp video²
Apple Original shows and movies from Apple TV+³
The latest hits from Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Max, and more¹
More ways to enjoy your TV with Apple Arcade, Apple Fitness+, and Apple Music³
The new Siri Remote with touch-enabled clickpad
Private listening with up to two sets of AirPods
Use AirPlay to share photos, videos, and more from your iPhone, iPad, and Mac on your TV⁵
Get a live view of your HomeKit-enabled cameras and control your smart home accessories
¹Subscription may be required to access some content. Not all content is available in 4K, 4K HDR, or 4K High Frame Rate HDR. 4K resolution requires 4K-capable TV. Title and app availability are subject to change. Some apps are not available in all areas.
²High Frame Rate HDR content is currently limited. Additional content available soon.
³Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and Apple Fitness+ require a subscription.
⁴Dolby Atmos features require Dolby Atmos-capable devices and may not be available for all titles and languages.
⁵AirPlay is compatible with second-generation Apple TV or later.
Apple Apple TV 4K 32GB (2nd Generation) (Latest Model)
A:AnswerSo, according to 9to5mac: “Apple says the move to the A12 Bionic chip with the new Apple TV 4K enables high frame rate support for HDR and Dolby Vision at 60 fps for a more smooth and lifelike viewing experience.
tvOS 14.5 supports high frame rates for AirPlay as well, so iPhone 12 Pro users can wirelessly cast 60 fps Dolby Vision videos to the new Apple TV 4K.”
...that verbiage says to me that they support high frame rate HDR & Dolby Vision for regular use as well as via AirPlay. So it should be both, not just via AirPlay. At least that’s what it seems like to me.
A:Answeryes, it should, even if the tv set is not 4k capable, apple tv still offer a variety of output resolutions to accommodate to most TV's out in the market and also offering backward compatibility.
A:AnswerThe Apple TV is very easy to set up, possibly the easiest of any streaming device because Apple thrives on ease of use and making sure their products make sense. You’re 4K tv would work great with this, especially if you already have other Apple devices like an iPhone or iPad.