Apple Might Actually Be Releasing An ITV

Posted: Apr 11 2014, 9:33pm CDT | by , in Rumors | Apple

Apple Might Actually Be Releasing An iTV
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New reports are surfacing about the potential iTV that many have been hoping for

There are plenty of new Apple products in the works, but there are a couple that have raised more speculation than others. In particular, the iTV is something that has long been rumored even though we don’t have any solid information related to it.

That might be changing, though, because a new report Apple Balla claims that Apple has has been accepting samples of OLED screens from a Korean company that is working with them on the Apple iTV. This rumor could support the hopes of people who have been anxiously awaiting one, but this doesn’t necessarily mean that they are working on producing one. Testing a sample isn’t the same as beginning a production line, so we’ll have to wait to see.

One of the problems, though, is the fact that OLED TV’s are currently out of the price range of most electronics users. The Standard $15,000 price tag isn’t something people are interested in, although people expect it to come down to $4,000 by the end of the year. A further drop will make it much more viable for Apple since Apple already charges a premium on their products compared to other companies.

Hopefully more information will be coming out soon since the iWatch is going to be introduced later this year with almost certainty. Stay tuned for more details that will be coming in the future, although he iTV will likely be at least a year away from release, or even major production.

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Bijon Kumar Pramanik is an experienced technology writer working since years in the consumer electronics field.




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