FourFourSeconds ago we reported that the Apple’s Apple TV 3G had been pulled from the US, but a new report has now emerged which shows the device is finally getting back on sale in the UK.
The retailer The Telegraph reports that the device was finally on sale for £49.99 on 4th August and the deal was signed by both the Apple and the UK government.
The report adds that Apple’s 4G LTE network has now officially been implemented in the country, making it one of the first UK devices to receive this capability.
The Telegraph reports:It is not clear if the deal with the UK Government will remain permanent, but given that it’s the first time Apple has announced a UK release date, we think it will be quite a long time until this is available for all devices.
We’ll have to wait and see if the UK offers its own 4G service on its own, but this is still a good sign for Apple’s efforts to improve the UK’s wireless coverage.
The device comes with a 3.5mm jack, HDMI input, an IR blaster and USB 3.0 port, but it does not come with a standard Apple TV remote.
You can check the device’s specifications on the site here, but we don’t have the ability to review the device due to its limited specifications.
The Telegraph has also reached out to Apple for comment and will update this article should we receive a response.