Rumors are floating around this week that Apple has a new product that it is working on. The new product is the Apple TV and this isn't the AppleTV we know as the set top box. The product is an actual HDTV with Apple brains rumored to be called the iTV. The set is said to be landing at the end of 2012.
The rumors include the tidbit that there will be three screen sizes and two of those sizes are said to be 32-inch and 55-inch. The rumors are coming from the Japanese TV manufacturing community where the set it said to be constructed. One key feature of the sets will be Siri integration.
Apparently, the TVs will have their own Siri integration for voice control and they will be controllable using the iPhone or iPad. The processors inside will presumably be an ARM A6 that Apple is already using. These rumors have been circulating for a while and launch dates vary from late 2012 to early 2013 for the Apple TVs.
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