Updated 24 May, 2013, 7:53 pm IST
Report hints at prototypes of the iTV in carriers' labs
| by Aaron Almeida |
The Apple iTV may have been a well kept secret, after Hogwarts. But, as everyone knows Hogwarts doesn’t actually exist and in all probability the iTV may not as well. This question about the existence of the Apple HDTV has been circulating on the Internet for quite a few months with analysts stating that it would come out sometime this year or by next year. What added fuel to these rumours was when Steve Jobs told Walter Isaccson that he had found a way of creating an integrated television set. As per a report by The Globe and Mail, it appears that this mythical television is actually in existence with prototypes of the television being in two Canadian carriers’ labs.
The iTV could connect with mobile devices apart from being Siri capable (Image mock-up)
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