A new Apple TV is expected to launch in the US later this month.
This is the first time the TV maker has launched a new product that does not include an internet connection.
The product, codenamed Vioxx, was originally unveiled in September, with the Apple TV 4th generation running the latest tvOS 10.4.4 software.
But it was released to the public only on Wednesday.
The new AppleTV is an entirely different beast from the older Apple TV, which was first released in September 2013.
It has no internet connection and will use a custom remote to stream content from its own cloud, AppleInsider has learned.
The device is designed to work with an Apple TV remote, but it does not support third-party apps like Netflix or Hulu.
Instead, you’ll need to use an AppleTV remote app to stream your favorite shows.
The new Apple TVs remote app has been added to the App Store, which has more than 40 million downloads.
There are also a few additional limitations to watch content with the new Appletv: It cannot stream to a connected Apple TV via a third-partying app like Netflix.
There are also no remote buttons for controlling the TV.
The remote itself does not work with Apple TV streaming services.
Apple has also not yet announced a release date for the new product.
Apple has previously teased a new Apple television in October, but the device has never been officially announced.
But AppleInsiders reported last week that the new device will be available later this year.
Apple will offer a range of new Apple devices later this spring, including the upcoming Mac Pro, Apple Watch, new iPhones, the Apple Watch Series 2 and Apple TV.