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Apple May Release 3 HDTV Models In 2012

An industry analyst has claimed that Apple is likely to launch internet connected TV sets in march 2012 and rumors say that the company would be looking to converge its Apple TV box into a monitor. Apple’s new 2012 models will work from the VideoWave’s six-inch thickness and 16 speakers and theirs will in fact be thinner and will equal that of the speaker total. Apple does have their Apple TV set top box but has always downplayed its significance and new Apple TVs would reportedly come in 3 different models and 3 different price points……………

 

Apple will likely launch a new high-definition television set in March 2012 with three screen sizes and price points and Trip Chowdhry with Global Equities Research issued a note to investors on Sunday in which he shared his converged view on an anticipated Apple HDTV with information based on details culled from a number of developer events he attended. Chowdhry said the product that is most similar to Apple‘s rumored HDTV is the Bose VideoWave, a 46-inch LCD HDTV with an integrated surround-sound speaker system. The VideoWave aims to simplify HDTVs by reducing clutter and to improve picture and sound quality. The Bose VideoWave gives the greatest sense of where Apple‘s alleged HDTV may be heading, Chowdhry claimed. He said his converged view of data from various developers is probably 75 percent accurate, and that it will probably be launched in March of 2012, with developer sessions at the Worldwide Developers Conference in June. Apple‘s rumored HDTV is apparently being benchmarked against the VideoWave because it has reduced its number of cables to just three. Chowdhry believes that any television set from Apple would have just one cable. The VideoWave also sports a thickness of six inches, packing in 16 speakers. Chowdhry said that Apple’s purported HDTV will be a third as thick and will also have 16 speakers. Bose’s HDTV product comes in just one screen size and price point: 46 inches for $5,200. Chowdhry said that an HDTV from Apple will have three screen sizes and three price points. “The DSP chip in Apple HDTV is a brand new chip based on Apple’s acquisition of PA Semi,” he added. “As of now, this new chip is not in mass production.” Claims of a forthcoming Apple-branded Internet-connected HDTV are not new one report from April even suggested that Apple could release its own television set this year.


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