Updated 26 May, 2013, 12:15 pm IST
Apple iTV may not come this year after all
| by Aaron Almeida |
Rumours of a Siri-enabled Apple HDTV have been riding the Internet waves for a while now and the last we reported about it was that it was expected to be launched by as early as April or May, this year. However, as per a report by Digitimes, industry sources have informed them that chances of Apple launching the iTV, by this year are slim, as Sharp who is believed to be manufacturing the panels for the TV is not ready to ship.
The wait for the iTV continues (Image mock-up)
This television is believed to be controlled using one’s voice as well as having the option of controlling it with an iOS device that can be used as a remote control. Apple executives describe this rumoured television as a ‘hub’ for one’s life and they claim it will replace the PC as the most used device in a consumer’s home.
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