It has been over three years since Apple has updated Apple TV 4K and the online speculation of follow-ups that come every time Apple plans a product launch event. So far, the new devices haven̵7;t been true, but the code in tvOS 14.5 beta may indicate not only that a new Apple TV is coming. But still supports 120Hz playback at 4K
As first reported by tvOS 14.5’s 9to5Mac PineBoard (Operating System Interface Manager), there is a reference to the terms “120Hz Compatible” and “120Hz”, which is a not too detailed indication that the operating system is running. It will support a 120 Hz refresh rate, and because Apple TV 4K currently only has an HDMI 2.0 port, it doesn’t support 4K at 120 Hz (as opposed to the latest HDMI 2.1 standard), the discovery seems to suggest that the new Apple TV hardware is working. Will arrive as well.
Of course, few TVs today support a 120 Hz refresh rate, which is basically the high-end TV that gamers have loved and produced over the past two years. Most TVs are still targeting 60 Hz today, with very little 120 Hz video content, although enthusiasts are speculating that the refresh rate could be a real boon for sports content. However, the new video game consoles introduced last year, including Sony’s PlayStation 5 and Microsoft’s Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, support 120 Hz playback, which is preferred by some players for fast-paced and competitive games. Very difficult As those consoles continued to sell, they were able to increase demand for 120Hz TVs.
Apple could choose to add 120 Hz capabilities to future Apple TV hardware for three reasons: a faster interface, future-proofing of potentially high frame rate video content, and of course. That playing games
The company became more serious about gaming late after years that it was considered the best secondary use case for its devices, it recently added dozens of classic iPhones and iPads on Apple. Arcade, as well as microtransaction-driven games that have been optimized for free microtransactions, Arcade has also received quite a high profile treatment, such as: FantasyThe first JRPG from the creator of Final Fantasy in years and probably his last.
Apple’s iPad Pro now has a 120 Hz display, but no other product the company does.It is rumored that Apple will be bringing 120 Hz to the iPhone lineup this year and for the Apple TV 4K, a December Bloomberg report claims. A refreshed Apple TV with a greater focus on gaming is expected to launch this year.