According to 9to5Mac, the new Apple TV model – codenamed J34 and scheduled to hit in September – will run a TV-optimized version of iOS 9, which will give it a variety of new features not available to the previous model.

In addition to the new operating system, the new Apple TV will feature a slimmer body (which may or may not look like the mock-up above), support for Siri, more powerful hardware and bigger storage, and a developer SDK plus App Store. It will also come wtih a Bluetooth and infrared powered touch-based remote. Expect a new interface, too, with the inclusion of the new iOS 9 core.

Apple was originally reported to be debuting the new Apple TV at WWDC back in June, but the device supposedly wasn’t quite ready. New reports suggest that we’ll get an official debut on September 9th, when Apple hosts their next special event. The new Apple cable TV service, however, has been delayed until sometime in 2016.

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