Apple TV 4K Will Use iPhone Cameras for FaceTime Calls

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The Apple TV 4K is known for combining various Apple services such as Apple TV+, Apple Music, Apple Fitness+, and Apple Arcade, along with popular streaming apps, offering a great viewing and listening experience to the user. It boasts outstanding picture and audio quality, ensuring stunning visuals and immersive sound.

Powered by the high-performance A15 Bionic chip, the Apple TV 4K is able to provide blazing-fast performance, allowing for seamless navigation and control. It integrates with other Apple devices and smart home accessories, providing a cohesive and interconnected user experience.

tvOS 17 adds FaceTime and video conferencing capabilities

Apple has announced the exciting update for Apple TV 4K that tvOS 17 brings. The update adds FaceTime and video conferencing capabilities to the largest screen in the Apple user’s home. In other words, you will now be able to enjoy engaging conversations with relatives and friends through FaceTime on your Apple TV for the first time.

The new update also includes an all-new Control Center, which can enhance the user experience and integrate with iPhones.

It should be clear to anyone at this point that Apple TV is getting even better than it already was. Here’s a quote coming from Bob Borchers, who’s the vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing at Apple:

tvOS 17 transforms the biggest screen in the home with FaceTime and new video conferencing capabilities, giving Apple TV 4K users the ability to easily connect with anyone right from their living room,

New features and enhancements make Apple TV simpler to use and even more enjoyable, reinforcing it as the absolute best option in the living room for Apple customers.

Using Apple TV, you can enjoy all the beloved features and content from Apple, now on your largest screen, enhancing your entertainment to new heights.

Cristian Antonescu
Cristian is in love with technology, as are many of us. He has a vast experience as a content writer in the field. He's involved especially in the hardware area, where he covers the latest news regarding smartphones, laptops, PC components, and so on.