Tim Cook Mentions that Apple Plans a Line of TVs

Tim Cook-Apple- TVsThe ‘CEO of Apple,  Tim Cook , announced that his company plans to build a full-fledged television set in a very near future. Derogatory comments that existing TV sets are outdated pieces of technology..

The repeated references by Cook on the prospect of a new Apple TV, come from an interview with  Brian Williams of NBC Rock Center . In the discussion was asked the CEO what are the prospects of the company, and everything has hinted that Apple has big plans in Serbian.

Cook says,

When I go into the living room and turn on my TV, it’s as if I was back thirty or forty years. It ‘s an area of great interest to me, but I can not say more

Cook’s comments become more aggressive when he suggests that Apple is working on a new TV, a product that has been in the works for years. The rumors about it have become more numerous than ever with the publication of ‘autobiography co-founder of Apple, Steve Jobs. In the book, in fact, announced his biographer Walter Isaacson, Jobs had finally “broken” the secret to the construction of a new TV.

Said Jobs,

  Will the user interface easier than you can imagine

Later in January, an article in USA Today said that the lead designer Jony Ive set up a prototype 50-inch all ‘inside of his own design studio in California. Jony said that Apple is looking to build sized TVs 42 inches and larger, with built-in Wi-Fi.

The ‘analyst Gene Munster , a strong supporter of the Apple TV, predicted that in the month of November in 2013 ,this product will be one of the three major launches of the company , as well as a fresh line of iPhone and iPad. Munster believes that Apple TV designed to cost between $ 1,500 and $ 2,000, with screen sizes between 42 and 55 inches, and should be on sale just in time for the 2013 holiday shopping season.


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