Apple HDTV Could Be a Full-Fledged Device; Gearing Up for 2012 Holiday Season Debut

December 1, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple stays in the news with their new innovative products and that has become a norm. The hottest topic now being discussed in the tech arena is the Apple HDTV.

The Cupertino-based company’s foray into the Smart TV platform was first sparked when Steve Job’s biography was released in October. It is now rumored that the Apple HDTV will be a full-fledged device and will be seen by the next year’s holiday season.

The new revelation comes courtesy of Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster at the Ignition: Future of Media Conference. He made some interesting comments and has even called upon the audience at the conference to wait for the Apple’s HDTV in case they are planning a TV buy.

At the event, Munster made some assumptions on Apple’s upcoming HDTV. Believed to be a full-fledged TV set, the device will not need an external gadget like what the current Apple TV needs. The high-definition televisions will come in different sizes and prices, so as to lure all type of customers.

Apple HDTV will be rolled out for a price of double the cost of the current normal TV. The device will be offering seamless integration with the other Apple devices and services. In addition to the standard remote, you can control the HDTV via the iPhone, iPad and even by thy way of Siri.

You will also be able to access all services such as iTunes, App Store and iCloud on the Apple HDTV. The device will be the first thinking TV in the world that will allow you to jump to the channel you order it to do. Though there are many amazing features, it is believed that the users will have to get a cable subscription and cable box to watch the programs on the Apple HDTV.

We feel seeing this much superb features, the folks at Google will have to work hard to make their Smart TV platform stronger. Don’t you also think so?

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