Ma currently sells two different models of Apple TVs. Briefly and superficially speaking, the difference between them is basically one: support for 4K content. So, if you don?t have a 4K television (and you don?t intend to buy one so soon), it doesn?t make much sense to acquire the latest model launched by Ma, fifth generation and that?s precisely why the company continues to market the set-top box fourth generation.
Normally, the fourth generation Apple TV costs R $ 989.10 per view or R $ 1,099.00 (in up to 12x). Today, however, Fast shop put the product as yours Dawn Offer. Those who buy until tomorrow (or while supplies last) pay only R $ 774.25 (it can also be divided in 3x of R $ 266.33).
The fourth generation Apple TV comes with 32GB of internal storage, more than enough for you to install apps and use the way you want without worrying about space. Furthermore, this model, as well as 4K, also recently gained Siri support in Portuguese (see what it can do here) and the TV app, which improves the user experience as a whole.
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Update by Rafael Fischmann 8/20/2018 s 08:25
Apparently, the Fast Shop hit the ball. According to reports from readers, they announced the offer as being the 4K model of Apple TV and, therefore, had to take everything off the air quickly and so on.
O MacMagazine talk to the responsible team to try to bring this offer back to them and maybe some other cool thing, in order to compensate for what happened.