Apple TV 64GB 4th Generation

  • Model #: MLNC2C/A
  • Web Code: 10392536


The new Apple TV delivers an all-new experience, with Touch and Siri, great content, games, and more on the App Store, and powerful new hardware. The Touch surface on the new Siri Remote offers innovative ways to interact with your TV, creating a connected experience with a screen that’s across the room. With Siri, finding something to watch is as easy as just asking.

More Information

  • Features a 64GB capacity
  • Enjoy your favourite content from apps such as CraveTV, shomi, Netflix, iTunes and more, all on the 4th generation Apple TV
  • Experience big, exciting games as well as apps that turn your living room into a fitness studio, a classroom, and more with the App Store on Apple TV
  • Use your voice and touch to interact directly with the new, immersive Apple TV interface
  • Easily search for content and launch apps by asking Siri using the Siri Remote
  • Use the Siri Remote as a dynamic game controller or effortlessly navigate through content and screens on Apple TV using the glass Touch surface on the Siri Remote
  • Watch Full HD 1080p content with Dolby Digital 7.1 surround sound
  • The 4th generation Apple TV is compatible with high-definition TVs with HDMI
  • Subscription may be required to access some content
  • Live sports subject to blackouts
  • CraveTV subscription (sold separately) available through participating TV service providers
  • Shomi subscription required (sold separately)
  • Netflix subscription required (sold separately)
  • Internet access required
  • Siri for tvOS currently in English only
  • Requires HDCP compatibility for playing protected content

What's in the Box?

  • Apple TV
  • Siri Remote
  • Power Cord
  • Lightning to USB Cable
  • Documentation

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  • Remote Control Included
  • Voice Control
  • MicroSD Card Slot
  • AirPlay Compatible
  • Google Cast Compatible
  • Miracast Compatible
  • DLNA Certified
  • Gaming
  • Android TV
  • Preloaded Apps
    802.11ac Wi-Fi with MIMO (a/b/g/n/ac compatible)
  • Compatibility/Connections
  • Resolution
    1080p; 720p; 480p
  • Maximum Resolution
    1080p HD
  • Colour
  • Special Features
    64 GB Capacity; Siri; Touch surface for intuitive and contextual control; iTunes movies; iTunes TV shows; Apple Music
  • Width
    9.8 cm
  • Height
    9.8 cm
  • Depth
    3.5 cm
  • Width (Inches)
    3.9 in
  • Height (Inches)
    3.9 in
  • Depth (Inches)
    1.3 in



Customer Reviews

3.9 / 5
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Positive vs. Critical Reviews

Positive 80%

8 Reviews

Critical 20%

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  • from Vancouver, BC

What a great update!

First, I love the fact that you can now download the apps you want; you're not stuck with preset apps. The new remote is great with a touchpad to slide your finger across which means you can move faster for selecting. The whole look and feel of the screen is better, too. My only complaint is with Siri. When you ask her to search, she defaults to the pay-per-view movies and tv shows even if you're inside another app when you request the search. She's also not good when you dictate the search letters, email, username, password, etc. But it's a small factor. I just don't' use her.

  • from Toronto, ON


Just purchased the Apple tv, and in addition it's also my first Apple tv. Based on my first few hours of use I don't have a single complaint. It is great experience being able to watch movies and concerts that I've purchased through itunes now on the big screen. The home screen layout is very clean, giving the user the ability to pick and choose what apps you want, and not overloading the hard drive with apps you don't want. The remote is very responsive both with the buttons on it, and voice commands. Any negative comments it's received have me seriously scratching my head, as I would highly recommend this to anyone looking to further their Apple experience.

  • from Toronto, ON

Disappointing User Experience

Like many in this reviews here, I dropped cable a long time ago and have 3 Apple TVs linked to TVs in the house. We then buy/rent the TV or Movies that we would like to watch. The interface of the apple TV is certainly attractive, and the presence of apps is a great addition to the device. Now I have access to updated weather and a local DLNA media server via apps installed on the Apple TV. Installation is seriously easy too - provided you have another Apple device nearby. Then it all falls apart. While the UI looks nice, it is completely unusable. Apple clearly designed the Apple TV assuming everyone would blindly use Siri to find everything - which I won't do. The new UI removes the ability to easily browse seasons - which when you have several shows of 10+ seasons is quite nice. Instead, you're stuck scrolling through everything starting at season 1 to find the episode you want to watch in season 19. If that's not bad enough, the new Apple TV doesn't reliably mark shows as watched either. Twice I've had to go into iTunes and change a show that's partially watched (because I stopped during the credits) into one that's watched because Apple TV classifies it as unwatched. The style guide that app developers have to follow have killed other apps too. Netflix's new Apple TV app isn't nearly as usable as the 3rd gen app, making it significantly more difficult (impossible?) to sort what you see on screen by genre or type. And on a 720p TV, nearly half the screen is used up in a banner header describing the current selection leaving a row and a half of actual titles to browse through. If you happened to be one of the people that used the optical port on the 3rd Gen Apple TV to send iTunes music to a receiver with an excellent digital DAC, you can't do that anymore either. There's no optical port. Finally, it's really slow. One would think that having 64GB of ram on board would cache the TV and Movie libraries to view them faster. It doesn't. A 3rd Gen Apple TV consistently paints the UI and starts a TV episode MUCH faster than a 4th Gen in my house (both on WiFi - the hard wired 3rd Gen Apple TV smokes them both). I credit/blame this on the fancy UI that has to be drawn vs the simple presentation of the previous gen. It's bad enough that I'm more than considering putting the old 3rd gen back in place of the 4th. The ability to install a free app to pull video from a server in the house is it's only redeeming factor (and maybe the screensaver - those are gorgeous). However even that can be done MUCH more cheaply with another device. Right now, I won't recommend anyone buy the the Apple TV. Wait on a few firmware updates to fix the problems, then I'm sure it'll be ok.

  • from Toronto, ON

Ok, but a little dissappointed

Considering how long this next generation took, it's a little disappointing. I do like SIRI integrated into the system (although I wish its reach extended a little further to other apps). The remote itself takes getting used to - the trackpad is "ok" but not brilliant. I've tried adjusting the sensitivity to different settings but it's still a little clumsy. I also have issues with Apple Music, specifically "Radio". I find things take a while to load and often just hang or stop responding. in general a number of the apps seem a little buggy. I've downloaded a few basic games (racing, pinball etc) which are pretty fun and the remote is competent enough as a controller for simple games but I suspect it would be more fun with an actual game controller, which I'll likely end up purchasing (I didn't buy this for its gaming features but I've had a bit of fun with them and our young kids like them enough) Overall the interface looks quite good, if not spectacularly different. I guess I just expected something a little better - more slick and innovative given how long we've waited for the next generation of Apple TV. Anyways, a decent product overall, a little buggy but some cool innovations with SIRI and gaming included.

  • from Cold lake, Alberta

Great, the remote will take getting used to tho

I'm a long term Apple TV user. I had the old white gen one version and still have the 3rd gen version in the house. I like the increased speed loading my large iTunes purchased tv series library ( I canceled cable 3 years ago and buy shows I want). The one down fall is one part of the remote. I have to scroll a lot of seasons so the swipe touch remote is terrible because it picks up minor side ways movement thus changing over to the I watched list. Good thing the old iPod circle remote still works so I can hold down the down arrow to scroll faster.

  • from Thunder Bay, ON

Lovin' it!

I've always had an Apple TV and I've never been into the gaming consoles. With the Apple TV I also bought the SteelSeries Nimbus controller and now I've started to play games on the Apple TV. I like the new features with Siri, although it would be nice if you could Siri to type in search items in YouTube for example. I'm really enjoying my Apple TV and don't regret spending the money at all.

  • from Montreal, Qc

Expensive, but apps are a big improvement

Appletv 4 shows a lot of potential. Definitely the most of any streaming device especially if you have an iphone.... pros: install apps, Plex cons: expensive, no optical audio out

  • from Grande Prairie, AB

Apple TV - 4 is a great addition to any TV.

I have been in the Apple TV environment since they came out with this format, 2010. I have had all the previous generations and yes, I haven't had cable TV since 2006 and don't miss it. The new Apple TV has made many improvements in this generation. Siri is great for finding content, the system is much faster pulling up your movies, YouTube, etc. You can program most TV's to turn off/ on with with Apple TV. The app store is one of the major improvements with lots of apps and you know more to come. The remote also acts as a game control and is very good at it, you can buy 3rd party controls if you like. It has content you can subscribe to if you want, Game Centre, Netflix, CraveTV just to name a few. I have tried other systems but this one to me just Rocks a lot more for me.

  • from Toronto, ON

Not bad

much better than older version. Apple bluetooth keyboard doesnt work. IOS remote app is not supported on this device. SIRI to type in other apps search function doesnt work. example youtube app. gaming with the remote is pretty good. game like rayman is really hard because it sometime work and sometime doesnt. Love some apps that turn this device into living arts. like Atmo app and many other photography apps. The MeteoEarth app is very cool. price of the device is fair. good hardwares and softwares combination. I give it a 4* but it took me like 5mins to try and set the star system in the Bestbuy review page on my ipad. Bestbuy is definitely not IOS user friendly for review that is for sure.

  • from Ottawa, ON


It's much better than the previous design, the remove is very smooth in terms of the scroll pad. the games being available for download is pretty awesome. Unfortunately apps such as TSNGO, CTVGO which are on my smarttv are not available however they are on my ipad or iphone. So I could just mirror it to the TV. However overall the experience has been great.


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