The iPhone 8 or iPhone X will be the main attraction at Apple’s launch event on September 12. However, Apple enthusiasts will be delighted to know that the company will also launch exciting new products. In fact, a new code had been unveiled and appears to be the company’s new Apple TV 4K.

The iOS developer Steve Troughton-Smith posted on his Twitter account and revealed what he uncovered upon examining the company’s highly anticipated iOS 11 operating system. The iOS developer made it known that the set-top unit (an information appliance device that contains a TV-tuner input) will be launched as Apple TV 4K. The code also indicated the device’s processor and RAM.

When the iOS developer checked Apple’s mobile operating system, he found out that the device is capable of playing 4K resolution video at 60FPS, according to Engadget. Troughton-Smith claimed that the new Apple TV 4K will be powered by a 3-core A10X Fusion processor, the same system on a chip that’s powering the iPad Pro 10.5-inch and iPad Pro 12.9-inch. The processor of the device will be paired with a 3GB of RAM.

TV with HDR10 and Dolby Vision support

The digital media player is expected to arrive with an HDR10 and Dolby Vision support. Apple Insider pointed out that the new device’s user experience could be limited by its bandwidth. Wherein, 4K movies or shows would definitely need a fast internet connection.

Digital media player to run on tvOS 11

In terms of the device’s software, Apple’s new digital media player will run on the company’s own tvOS 11.

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The upgraded software is expected to come along with home-screen sync with other gadgets, a switch for light or dark mode as well as a notification support.

The Cupertino based tech company has yet to officially announce as to when the next-gen Apple TV will be available on the market. Aside from the device’s release date, the company has yet to reveal the price of the new Apple TV 4K. Nonetheless, the company’s current digital media player costs $149, which is more expensive compared to Amazon’s Fire TV ($89) and Roku Premiere ($69).

However, the company is anticipated to roll out three versions of its new digital media player, available at different price points.

Apart from the latest digital media player, the tech titan is also expected to announce its iPhone 7S, 7S Plus and Watch Series 3. Tech enthusiasts can also expect to witness the unveiling of the company’s new software, iOS 11 and watchOS 4.