It’s been almost a year since Apple announced its new smart TVs, but it’s clear that the company has been taking some time to get its brand image in order.
The RBO is the second of its smart TVs to arrive with Apple’s new smart TV platform, with the first one hitting the market back in January.
That was followed by a third in April, with Apple announcing that the Apple TV will be the company’s first smart TV with its new “Apple TV Experience” in late April.
Now that we know that Apple is planning to release its smart TV product this summer, it’s only fitting that we now have an update on the RBO itself.
The product is listed for purchase in the UK, which is where it was originally released, with a price tag of £2,999 ($4,300) when it was first released.
However, as of today, the RBA has updated the product listing to say that the Rbo has been discontinued, but the RBU is still available for £1,999.
So, the new RBO costs a bit more to buy than the original RBO, but at the same time, it has much more functionality.
The new RBU includes two remote control options: one for control of the TV, one for controlling the surround sound speakers.
As far as the sound, you get four different volume levels and two surround sound inputs.
The speaker controls are on the left side of the Rbu and the surround is on the right side.
You can adjust the sound levels by using a slider, or you can simply turn the speakers off completely and listen to your own music.
The front-panel controls include two USB ports for power, and one HDMI port for video output.
While there are no controls for the RBE in the box, you can connect an external device to the RAB for controlling it.
You can also control the TV using Siri, but that functionality will only work with Apple TVs that support the feature.
The feature can be enabled through the TV settings.
While we don’t yet have a complete list of compatible Apple TVs, it should be easy to find a smart TV that does.
The RBU comes in two sizes: the 32GB model for £9,999, and the 64GB model which will set you back £16,999 in the United Kingdom.
As of today there are only two Apple TVs in the US that are officially compatible with the RUB, and that is the Vizio XF60, a 32GB smart TV for $1,299.
It comes with Dolby Atmos surround sound, two HDMI outputs, two USB 3.0 ports, and a remote for control.
In addition to the standard Apple TV remote, there are also two additional buttons that can be used for remote control, including volume up and down.
While the Vizios XF 60 isn’t the only Apple TV that supports the remote, it does come with a remote that supports Siri.