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Apple iTV Already Exists in Canadian Labs with Voice and Gesture Control!
According to a latest report from Canada’s largest The Globe and Mail newspaper; Apple iTV is already showing its magic in the labs of Canadian based Rogers Communications and BCE reports as Apple is doing its best to have a partnership with these firms to offer its upcoming well anticipated Apple TV set this year.
“They’re not closed to doing it with one [company] or doing it with two,” said one source who is familiar with the talks. “They’re looking for a partner. They’re looking for someone with wireless and broadband capabilities.”
As described earlier, Apple has already provided these companies its upcoming television set “iTV” for their review and opinion;
It is said that the upcoming Apple TV set will come with highly popular Siri magic enabling viewers to choose programming through this voice control system alongside hand gestures. Even an on-screen keyboard can be made functional without any special hardware.
An on-screen keyboard, meanwhile, can also be activated in a similar manner, allowing viewers to surf the web, conduct video chats and use social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook – all without any physical interface.
Yet, the newspaper didn’t reveal the source of information they got about hand gesture control, though it referred a tech analyst for some other details.