Apple finally broke its tradition of minimalism with the Apple TV remote when it introduced the next-generation Apple TV 4K (well, not that the first wasn’t minimal; it was). In fact, the remote, which can be purchased separately, is the highlight.
The Siri Remote (2nd-gen) features an all-new touch-enabled clickpad, which reminiscent of the classic iPod, lets you click titles, swipe through playlists, and use a circular gesture on the outer ring to scrub through scenes.
The Remote Stand is milled from a single piece of solid walnut in Austin by either Tom or Dan, before finishing with shellac and lacquer. Rounding up the package is a micro-suction bottom to keep it from going places.
The Apple TV Remote Stand by Studio Neat is a tiny accessory, but no less handsome (again because, walnut).
You can pick it up from Studio Neat website for 15 bucks a pop. Shipping is expected to happen in second half of May.
Images: Studio Neat.