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October 24, 2011 by staff 

New Macbook ProNew Macbook Pro, We have heard, just a few hours ago through our own Racom J. Angel, on the final draft of Steve Jobs, Apple TV integrated. But now, some additional information across the sector has become everyone’s favoriteanlysts, who have revealed some information about the Apple TV of yours. Do not just state device in the works for more than you might expect, also no word on what such a device is likely to cost when it emerges. And, in perhaps the greatest tradition of Apple will not be cheap.

Piper Jaffrayanlyst Gene Munster, have said that this has been one of the works since last September, and this is based on conversations with Asian suppliers had detailed earlier that Apple was looking to invest in LCD technology. It is no surprise given the iPod / iPhone / iPhone line, to say nothing of the MacBooks, but considering that the LCD in question could be put in sizes ranging from 3.5 inches to 50 inches clear, it does offer some evidence that Apple may have been looking to carry out an Apple-branded television, which is generally something we’ve been hearing about for some time. There are also plenty of patents related to television in the quiver of Apple, not to mention the Apple TV set-top box, which is essentially just a TV system without a screen.

Moreover, according to reports Munster speculates that television, if released, is offered at a price of around 2000, and that’s before you add content to it. An iTunes TV Pass plan is likely to be offered along with it, and would, according to recent reports, between and 50 and 90 and one month. Apple, in turn provide a user experience first class, possibly with some Siri intertwined in that country.

It’s a bit hard to swallow that Apple clear from the market price, and many 40-inch TVs, especially LCD line, can be had for perhaps a quarter of what Apple could charge, and even the best cable packages only come to 50 a month. And as good as Siri is, I’m not sure anyone would be interested enough in to pay such prices.

It may not be in the field of Munster in this, but what about you? The figure Apple could be thinking about offering a high dollar experience in television news? Or is this another test instead of fall? Either way, the comment section is waiting, so head down and tell us what you think!

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