Apple TV 4K streamer goes 50 percent off list with one free year of Apple TV+ included
The newest edition of the Apple TV digital media player (not to be confused with the Apple TV+ streaming service) is already two years old, which may or may not mean a sixth-gen version is right around the corner. What it surely means is the 4K-enabled streamer needs a little popularity boost, which AT&T seems to be delivering in the form of a massive discount.
We're talking an absolutely unprecedented 50 percent shaven off the regular $179.99 price of the fifth-generation Apple TV in a 32GB storage configuration. That's right, if you hurry, you can get this bad boy at a measly 80 bucks from the nation's second-largest wireless service provider, and because that killer introductory Apple TV+ offer does not exclude products purchased at special prices, you'll also be eligible for a free year of video streaming.
Coincidentally or not, the Apple TV+ platform is launching today at a list price of $4.99 a month, which you can bring all the way down to $0 for your first 12 months after buying the heavily discounted Apple TV 4K on AT&T's website or in a physical store "while supplies last." For those keeping score, that's a savings of around 60 bucks you'll add on top of the $90 AT&T is taking off the actual price of the 2017-released digital media player.
Otherwise put, your $90 expense will include $60 worth of video streaming, undoubtedly making this the best hardware/software combo deal available in an increasingly crowded and incredibly competitive market.
At 90 bucks, the Apple TV 4K undercuts Amazon's all-new Fire TV Cube, as well as the entry-level 2019 Nvidia Shield TV variant, while supporting every state-of-the-art video and audio technology from 4K to HDR, Dolby Vision, and Dolby Atmos.
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