Apple Will Definitely Launch A Siri Enabled TV Set by 2012! NY Times
Apple is definitely going to launch its own television set fully supporting iPhone 4S’s prominent feature Siri (an amazing voice control attribute) by the end of 2012; while this new Apple TV set will be available in markets for sale in early 2013, as reported by NY Times today.
The report cites a few anonymous but reliable sources describing that Apple TV Set is “guaranteed product for Apple” since Apple’s RIP Steve Jobs thought that existing television industry is entirely a busted one and something new should be introduce to make it alive again, as a few pieces of Steve Jobs’ biography also reveal it.
The report also reads that Apple has been working on a TV project for about many years, perhaps since 2007, the year in which the company launched its most consumer loving product “iPhone” and “Apple TV set-top box.
It’s the stuff of science fiction. You sit on your couch and rather than fumble with several remotes or use hand gestures, you simply talk: “Put on the last episode of Gossip Girl.” “Play the local news headlines.” “Play some Coldplay music videos.” Siri does the rest.
Of course this experience goes beyond just playing TV shows or the local news. As the line between television programming and Web content continues to erode, a Siri-powered television would become more necessary. You aren’t going to want to flip through file folders or baskets of content, checking off what you want. Telling Siri to “play videos of cute cats falling asleep” would return an endless YouTube stream of adorable napping fur balls.
The site hints about an interesting side of the new TV set by Apple; the physical design of this suggested Apple TV set is the most significant aspect on which Apply is focusing its sharp eyes as the company wants to step in the Television industry with a brand new television quite distinguished from the traditional TVs already wondering in the markets.
NY Times also chat about Apple TV ‘s display screen and says that it would be another feature hard enough to decide, because Apple would have to decide a display screen boosted in resolutions and size but still keeping the overall price of the television under reasonable limits.
So, an Apple TV set is not a matter of “IF” ,but it is now a matter of “when” as the site notes at the end of its post.
Thanks: New York Times
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