John Martellaro, Senior Editor at The Mac Observer, is well versed in the tech of TVs, and delivers some insight into Apple’s new Apple TV 4K. Citing both technical details and practical considerations, John explains what Apple got right and the opportunities they left on the table with both the Apple TV and the Siri remote. John is going to upgrade, and explains why now is a great time to get in on the 4K evolution.
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John Martellaro is the Senior Editor for Reviews and Analysis at The Mac Observer, and host of the Background Mode podcast. Previously,he has worked for NASA, Lockheed Martin Astronautics,the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Apple. At Apple, he worked as a Senior Marketing Manager, a Federal Account Executive and a High Performance Computing manager. His interests include all things Apple, chess, science fiction and astronomy.You can follow John on Twitter.
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