HT202157 What is the difference between the 1st and 2nd generation Apple TV?

What is the main difference between the 1st and 2nd generation Apple TV's? I just got the 1st generation and was wondering if I should send back for the 2nd gen?

There is one other difference. The ATV3 uses a new processor with a better graphic processing unit.  If you only had the ATV2 for less than 14 day. Why not upgrade. 1080p video will be a little sharper, but in reality most people won't notice any real difference. It's likely that Apple will stop supporting the ATV 1st gen and 2nd gen in couple of years. Apple as a company usually only supports hardware 5-6yrs max! 

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