Apple TV + launched on November 1 with a fairly poor offer, but good quality, especially in technical terms. It turns out that the offer from Apple provides us with entertainment in better image quality than other such services.
In a post posted on the forum FlatpanelsHD Rasmus Larsen presented how data transmission looks like during video playback from Apple TV +. The numbers are promising.
Rasmus Larsen writes that Apple TV + has the highest data transmission (so-called bitrate) for 4K playback from all such services today. The quality is even better than movies posted in iTunes.
Serial EES reaches a maximum of 41 Mbps, and the average bit rate is 29 Mbps when using Apple TV 4K. Even an animation like Snoopy needs an average of 13Mbps, which is quite a result if we consider that it is a cartoon in 2D and with a relatively low color palette.
Such data is about half the size of a movie recorded on a UHD Bluray disc. Bluray has always offered the best video quality and least compression, so if we combine it with Apple TV + then the numbers are really impressive. At least when it comes to video streaming service.