The HomePod firmware has been revealing a lot about Apple’s plans as of late and there’s is still much more to come.

This week a hint at a 4K Ultra HD and HDR version of the Apple TV was found in a snippet of code that was discovered by the developer Guilherme Rambo.

He found the reference in the firmware for HomePod, which stated that 4K and HDR support would be added to the upcoming Apple TV model, as you can see in his tweet below.

On top of that, he also discovered references to both HDR10 and Dolby Vision.

This is pretty interesting as it means that the Apple TV will finally support the latest picture quality and technology, however, you are going to need some stuff to watch on it.

It’s likely that 4K versions of applications like Netflix will support this new version, however, we don’t really know anything just yet.

Recently some evidence was discovered for 4K and HDR iTunes movie listed, so it’s likely that Apple will support the format at least.

We will update you should we hear more of course.

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