Apple HDTV Is Real Claims Anonymous Source

Posted: May 7 2012, 2:54pm CDT | by , Updated: May 8 2012, 2:52am CDT, in Rumors | Apple

 
Apple HDTV is Real claims Anonymous Source

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A source of Cult of Mac claims that he has seen the Apple HDTV and leaks details. Is it real? Read on to find out.

Just a couple days ago we carried a report that an analyst sees no sign of Apple releasing an Apple Television this year. Today a report appears that would suggest Apple is close to release of its first TV.

Cult of Mac says that they have a source that claims to have seen the Apple Television. It basically looks like a giant Apple Cinema Display. It has an integrated iSight camera and runs SIRI for voice commands.

Besides that the details are thin. There is no word about how that is supposed to solution to the Steve Jobs's "I have cracked TV."

My take is that this is not real. It's just an interpolation of features and products Apple offers now. It misses the new thing that would make an Apple Television actually something that has a chance in the TV market.

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