Apple has been using the MP3 codec for many years, but this is the first time it’s being used in a portable device.

The new Apple TV 4.3, available this week, comes with a new version of the popular MP3 audio player, Apple TV 3.1, which is now called Apple Music for the iPhone 6 and iPad Pro.

The device also includes a new Siri Remote for the new Apple Watch.

The Apple TV also includes support for Dolby Atmos sound, which has been missing from Apple’s MP3 players for some time.

The MP3 Player on the new iPod shuffle comes with Apple’s proprietary Dolby TrueHD audio codec, which lets you play music with a richer audio quality than you’d get with standard audio output.

Apple says Dolby Audition is “the most advanced audio processing technology ever used in the history of technology.”

Apple says Dolas “true audio” technology offers up to four times the fidelity of standard audio.

The newest iPod shuffle is also able to use Dolby Vision audio, which offers up three times the detail of conventional audio.

But Dolby Digital Plus is also a newer codec that’s also being used by Apple’s new iPad Pro, which comes with Dolby Pro Logic II.

Apple also includes Dolby Surround Audio, which features an “enhanced surround sound” experience that lets you hear the audio from two or more sources simultaneously.

The iPod shuffle also includes Apple’s newly-designed Siri Remote, which now comes in three different versions, with the new version supporting the iPhone 5s, 6, and 6 Plus.

Apple is also including Apple Pay, which can be used to pay for goods or services, as well as to transfer credit card information and purchases from one Apple device to another.

Apple also offers a new iPhone charging cable that supports iPhone 6s, iPhone 6, 6 Plus, and Apple Watch models.

For those looking for a more portable device, Apple is also releasing a new MacBook Air, the second-generation of the 10-inch laptop, which will also support Apple Pay and Apple Pay Express.