No New Hardware Expected at WWDC; Apple TV Update Delayed Apple is unlikely to announce any new hardware during the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2024 keynote on June 10, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman.

Apple TV 4K Second Generation | Siri Remote
Apple TV 4K Second Generation | Siri Remote

Gurman shared in his Power On newsletter that he doesn’t anticipate any hardware announcements at the upcoming event, barring any unexpected previews of future devices.

This is a shift from previous expectations, particularly regarding the next Apple TV model.

Earlier reports suggested a new Apple TV might be released in the first half of 2024, but Gurman now states that a new model “isn’t imminent”.

The most recent Apple TV was launched in October 2022.

Here are the release dates of the previous five Apple TV models:

  • Third-generation Apple TV 4K: October 2022
  • Second-generation Apple TV 4K: April 2021
  • First-generation Apple TV 4K: September 2017
  • Apple TV HD: September 2015
  • Third-generation Apple TV: March 2012

The upcoming Apple TV is rumored to have a faster processor than the current A15 Bionic chip and potentially lower pricing.

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has indicated a starting price of $99 in the U.S., down from $129. While major design changes are not expected, Apple has considered incorporating a built-in camera for future models.

Currently, the FaceTime app on tvOS 17 requires using the rear camera on a connected iPhone or iPad for video calls on the Apple TV.


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