Apple’s quiet time continues, as Tim Cook says “amazing” things will come in late 2013 and into 2014
Apple CEO Tim Cook has dropped a very heavy hint we won't be seeing any new product launches from the company this side of the summer, but it has got some exciting things planned for the fall and into 2014.
All the recent talk about a rumored iWatch has pushed Apple's yet-to-be-announced iTV into the shadows somewhat. Well, it's back, with a new report suggesting it'll be a 4K Ultra HD set with voice and motion control that's likely to launch early next year.
Apple's new iMacs are mighty impressive, but we're still left wondering why the company doesn't just give us its next big thing: an iTV.
The father of the iTV rumor, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, says the rumored Apple television set is real, it's game-changing, and it's coming out this year.
With the potential launch announcement of the new iPad approximately two and a half weeks away, a confirmed report on the iPad 3 resolution may point to Apple rolling out an improved Apple TV or the much debated Apple television set.
Apple is reported to have given potential Canadian launch partners iTV prototypes for testing, which may exhibit Siri and Kinect-like functionalities.
On the Apple iTV lookout: Best Buy surveys customers about a 42-inch, $1,499 Apple HDTV [UPDATE: Best Buy explains]
Has a survey testing the Apple iTV waters from Best Buy outed the company's next big (and very expensive) product?
Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster gave some insight to investors Tuesday on what he expects to see from Apple in the TV market.
According to new speculation and insiders, Apple will keep with its iPhone 4S scheduling and release the iPhone 5 this fall. But will it really time the launch so close to a potential iTV debut?
According to the latest rumors, Apple will bring 32- and 37-inch iTVs to market in mid-2012.
In addition to a new iTV device, Apple is also allegedly working on new AirPlay features, and an iCloud-based DVR service, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Weekly Rewind: Verizon plans Netflix-competitor service, Xbox Live gets a dashboard update, and Facebook’s Timeline officially launched in New Zealand
This week we saw Microsoft launch a new Xbox Live dashboard update, learned about Verizon's plans to beat Netflix, and watched Facebook's Timeline feature launch...in New Zealand.
Apple's rumored iTV will come in three sizes, ranging from 32 to 55 inches, according to supply chain sources in Japan.
Apple is allegedly working with Sharp to build the mythical iTV, which could arrive as early as next year, according to market analyst Peter Misek.
The Apple iTV rumor mill is already ramping up to full production levels, and we still have at least a year before the unconfirmed device lands in our living rooms -- at least, that's what the anonymous sources say.