Foxconn CEO reveals Apple iTV plans
| by Aaron Almeida |
Since quite some time now, there have been rumours whirling around about Apple planning on building a full-blown HDTV to tackle the market, it has not yet ventured into. In the past, the brand had successfully revolutionized the way one listens to music by launching the iPod and later on changed the entire way one uses a mobile phone by unveiling the iconic iPhone. Late Apple Co-founder Steve Jobs, in his biography had told author Walter Isaacson that he had ‘cracked it’, while referring to an integrated HDTV. However, there has been no concrete information regarding this mythical Apple HDTV aka Apple iTV as Isaacson did not wish to divulge any information regarding any of Apple’s forthcoming products that had been told to him. However, this has changed to a vast degree and what were previously just rumours and speculations have now become a reality with Foxconn CEO Terry Gou letting it slip that his company is getting ready to begin producing the Apple iTV.
Foxconn CEO spills the beans on the iTV
These revelations by Gou are the most substantial bits of information known, regarding the rumoured Apple HDTV with all other previous leaks being revealed by anonymous industry sources and analysts.
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