Apple TV could become even more attractive soon. Bloomberg reports that Apple is supposed to negotiate a deal with Time Warner to offer HBO Go on the Apple TV box. Cable and satellite subscribers who pay for HBO would be able to watch more than 600 hours of films and TV shows on Apple TV starting mid 2013 said Bloomberg sources.
I got two Apple TV's in my house. I love them. I hope the rumors are true that Apple works on an Apple TV box that also takes care of cable TV and recording.
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