Apple TV 4K hits lowest price ever


The current Siri Remote was an improvement on its predecessor.
Apple TV 4K at 32GB and 64GB are both at best-ever prices right now.
Photo: Apple

Amazon Prime Day runs officially on Tuesday and Wednesday, but many deals, including bargains on Apple gear, tend to creep in early.

Earlier today it was Apple Watch 7 hitting a new low price, and now it’s Apple TV 4K — now at its lowest price ever on Amazon.

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Apple TV 4K hits lowest price ever in run-up to Amazon Prime Day

Early Amazon Prime Day deals now include Apple TV 4K, which has hit the best-ever price of $119.99, down from $179. It’s the 32GB 2021 model with the new Siri Remote with touch-enabled clickpad.

It also features Dolby Atmos for immersive, room-filling sound. An A12 Bionic chip boosts audio, video and graphics for great game and app experiences. A 4K High Frame Rate HDR with Dolby Vision offers crisp video. And of course you can access tons of programming via Apple TV+ and other sources.

This deal saves you about $30 over previous sales. And in fact, we’ve never seen a better deal on the 2021 Apple TV 4K.

As is typically the case with great Prime Day deals, it probably won’t be around for long. So you better jump on it if you’re in the market this this hardware.

Where to buy: Amazon

Need more space? Amazon has you covered.

In addition to the red-hot deal above, don’t miss the 64GB Apple TV 4K. It’s on sale for $139.99, down from $199. That’s another best-ever price. And it also comes with the new remote and other features described above.

Keep your eyes on the Cult of Mac homepage for great Amazon Prime Day deals through at least Wednesday.

Where to buy: Amazon


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