Apple is planning to debut its much-expected next-generation Apple TV in September, according to a new report from BuzzFeed News.
The Apple’s new set-top box is also said to debut at the same event where the company will announce the next-generation iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.
The company had previously planned to present the new product at WWDC this summer, but scrapped it from the event at the last minute.
Hardware is rumored to be thinner than the company’s existing TV models and features refreshed internal components, including a faster A8 system on chip, additional storage and a revamped operating system with support for Apple’s Siri virtual assistant. In addition, the new Apple TV will support Apple Music, as well.
Finally, the Apple TV is also expected to receive Siri voice search support in its update this fall.
Some sources suggest Apple’s television offering will bundle approximately 25 channels and will be available for between $30 to $40 per month.
Apple has not demonstrated a new version of its Apple TV since 2012, so an updated set-top box with App Store support and other features will be an important change from the platform that we have today.