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Apple TV Rumors

October 29, 2011 by staff 

Apple TV Rumors, There have been some threads of information coming out about what Apple might be planning for television, concluding remarks triggered by co-founder of Apple, Steve Jobs made the biographer Walter Isaacson on a television that would allow users to launch the old, complicated and remote frustrating.

“I would like to create an integrated television set is quite easy to use,” Jobs said Isaacson, according to the “Steve Jobs’ biography. “It would be perfectly synchronized with all your devices and icloud” he said. “It will be simple user interface you can imagine. Finally broke.”

According to a report in The New York Times quoting several unnamed sources inside the Apple TV is dedicated inevitable – a matter of not being so, when.

Speculation is cooler than Siri, the personal assistant introduced with the iPhone 4S will be the driving force behind any TV set that comes out of Cupertino integrated. The Times reported that while Apple has toyed with the idea of ??control televisions, iPad, iPod or iPhone, the epiphany came when the company realized they could put on TV Siri.

It would be a step beyond the limited movement gestures Xbox Live players can now be used to control your TV with the Kinect. Considering how people get excited and have been around Siri – comparisons with “Star Trek” have been nothing short of dizzying – one can only imagine how many people will enjoy giving orders to their televisions.

Theanlyst Brian White of Ticonderoga Securities supports the theory not only Syria, but, Boy Genius Report shared, told investors that he thinks “Facetime, Apple App Store, iTunes and games are a natural step” for a device.

According to the report, White said television and could be worth $ 100 million in revenue for the company.

As for a release date? Speculation is even more tenuous there, but the Times report said there is a possibility that the company could demonstrate a prototype in late 2012 and 2013.

Amid rumors of an Apple TV, Google announced Friday it is launching an update to its TV software to make it easier to use.

The renovation added an “all applications” menu, simplifies the search and also brings applications from the Android Market to TV, the announcement said.

“At first, the number of applications will not be great – applications that require a touch screen, GPS, or telephone will not be displayed – but the 50 developers have sown the market with interesting and useful applications for television,” wrote Google executives Mario Queiroz and TV Vincent Dureau in a company blog. “We are very pleased to see the growing number of applications.”

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