Apple released a new round of beta updates this week. This included upgrades provided to iOS, macOS, and tvOS. While normal folks might not be aware of the code language as such, a developer named Guilherme Rambo has discovered details that might indicate that Apple is working on a 4K Apple Tv.

The news regarding Apple working on a new 4K TV has been floating around the internet since February this year. A report by Bloomberg suggested that the company’s upcoming Apple 4K TV carrying the codename “J105,” had been spotted in tvOS beta 7 by Rambo.

Rambo was quick to search for more information regarding this matter in Apple’s HomePod firmware as well. The same model was discovered in the latest tvOS update yet again. As reported by 9to5Mac, several UK-based users have even begun noticing 4K and HDR showing up on their iTunes purchase receipts. This indicated that Apple’s fifth version of Apple TV is going to support 4K High Dynamic Range content.

Price and other details

The smartphone is also expected to feature a dual rear camera setup. It is obvious that the device will be powered by the latest A11 chipset, along with iOS 11. The price of the smartphone hasn’t been revealed yet but analysts suggest that it might be anywhere around $1,000.

Apple will also reportedly be unveiling the iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus at the launch event in September. The company will also be introducing its third-generation Apple watch, which is expected to come with a special LTE support this time which means it would be able to make and receive calls without having to connect through an iPhone device.

iPhone 8 updates

As reported by Tech Radar, Apple is also working on the launch of its 10th-anniverasary iPhone 8. The company is expected to introduce its flagship device next month. While not much has been revealed by Apple about the device; several leaks and speculations have given fans a vague idea of what could be expected.

Apple’s iPhone 8 is rumored to be built out of glass. Furthermore, the smartphone might be seen carrying an edge-to-edge display. This also means that Apple plans on eliminating the physical home button as well. The Touch ID will instead be replaced by an under-the-display fingerprint scanner or the facial recognition technology. For this purpose, the company is also working towards integrating a 3D front facing face scanner. Stay tuned for more technology news and updates.