Fox News has a lot to say about the Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone X. The big news of the day, though, is the announcement of a new Apple TV that is the first streaming device to support Dolby Atmos audio, the next generation of the company’s audio standards.

Apple TV and its audio specificationsThe Apple TV is not only the first video-streaming device to work with Dolby Vision, it’s also the first TV to be capable of playing Atmos-compliant audio.

Dolby is the audio standards used for the Dolby Sound Premium audio content that Apple sells to advertisers.

The goal of the technology is to make the sound richer, more lifelike, and better for audio reproduction.

The first Apple TV to support Atmos and the first to offer Dolby Audio on a streaming deviceWe’ve talked about the Dolor Atmos spec previously, but we still don’t have all the details on how the new Apple streaming device will work with the Apple TV.

We know that the Apple TVs audio specs have been finalized, and the latest iteration of the TV is capable of using Dolby’s audio technology.

We also know that Apple is not going to be the only streaming device with Dolor-compliance audio on it.

A number of other manufacturers have announced their streaming devices that use Atmos or Dolby at the same time.

The latest Apple TV video-on-demand device is the Apple Watch, which comes with Dolvia Atmos sound.

We can also expect to see the Apple AirPods at some point in the near future.

We know that Dolby audio is going to make its way into Apple TVs soon, but for now, Apple has no plans to support the audio technology with its new streaming devices.

Apple also announced that the new video-over-internet-protocol (VOD) service, Apple TV, will support Dolvia, the audio codec used by the Apple HomePod.

Dolvia is an industry standard for surround sound, and is one of the most commonly used audio codecs.

Apple has been working to get audio into Apple TV’s hardware for some time.

It began to work on audio codec compatibility in 2014, with support for Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Surround, and DTS-HD Master Audio.

The last of those codecs was the most recent update to Dolby, which was released in September of this year.

Apple will start supporting Dolby surround audio with Apple TV in the next version of the AppleTV software, which will be released in early 2018.

Apple has not announced a release date for the new audio codec.

Apple says that the company has already started shipping Apple TV speakers to consumers, and we’re expecting to see them on the shelves in the coming weeks.