Date: Friday, October 30th, 2015, 06:04
Category: Apple TV, News, retail
The fourth-generation Apple TV has begun to arrive in the cases of some pre-orders.
For those of you looking to put your mitts on it in person, today’s your lucky day.
Apple Store and Best Buy locations have begun selling the new fourth-generation Apple TV in the U.S. and first wave launch countries. Apple is also offering Personal Pickup in the U.S., while Best Buy is allowing customers who pre-ordered for in-store pickup to pick up their set-top boxes starting this morning as the stores open up for the day.
Best Buy, which began accepting pre-orders on Monday, had originally listed November 4th as the first date it would be on the chain’s shelves.
Apple retail stores around the world will also be offering the Apple TV, and in countries where October 30th has already rolled around, stores are already selling the new set-top boxes. Stores in the United States have been revamped overnight to feature advertising for the new Apple TV to coincide with the in-store launch.
The new Apple TV, which includes features like a full App Store, universal search, Siri integration, and a touch-based remote control, is available in two configurations: 32GB and 64GB. The 32GB model is available for US$149 and the 64GB model is available for US$199.
If you’re able to get your hands on the fourth-gen Apple TV today and have any feedback to offer, please let us know in the comments.