The digital media platform for streaming video, the multimedia stand, is set to be announced this month.
The digital platform, which is slated to be unveiled by Apple, will bring the streaming video streaming experience to home theater systems, gaming consoles, and other devices.
The multimedia cart is set up for Apple’s forthcoming streaming video system, and the company is taking its cues from Google’s Chromecast and Amazon’s Fire TV streaming devices, which offer the same video streaming capability.
Multimedia stand is being used by Apple’s upcoming Apple TV streaming video box.
The Multimedia Stand is designed to provide a convenient place to stream media and play games on a big screen.
It will be available to retailers for $50, and is expected to be available in late summer for $40-$60.
This is not Apple’s first foray into streaming video.
The company has launched its own streaming video service called iStream, which was initially available for $39.99.
The company has also recently introduced a new streaming video app called Apple TV Player, which offers a similar feature set to Chromecast.
The Apple TV App was first announced back in June, and will include a full-screen app that will stream the content from a video app like Netflix or Amazon Prime Video.