Updated 20 Jun, 2013, 10:58 am IST
Report indicates an April launch for the Apple iTV
| by Aaron Almeida |
The rumours surrounding an Apple HDTV do not seem to be dying and on the contrary, as time passes; more reports about a Siri-enabled Apple iTV continue to arise. It all began last year when Gene Munster, an analyst at Piper Jaffray revealed that Apple was working on an integrated television set that would be launched later this year or early next year. This revelation was backed by a quote from Steve Jobs’ biography in which Walter Issacson stated that the Apple co-founder did indeed speak about a television and told the author that he had ‘licked it.’ Walter Issacson went on to state that the Apple co-founder said that “There’s no reason you should have all these complicated remote controls,” when talking about the television, thereby indicating that it could be enabled by Apple’s voice recognition assistant - Siri. Though the news keeps trickling in, the forecasted launch date is expected to be by the end of this year but as per a recent report by TechnoBuffalo, a high ranking source with a major electronics retailer has informed them that a Siri-enabled Apple HDTV could be expected by April or May at the latest.
Apple iTV coming out in the next few months? (Image mock-up)
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