“Speaking on conditions of anonymity, the source said they’ve seen ‘gorgeous, very thin’” pre-production versions of the set in person, and that they employ OLED panels at various sizes up to 42-inches,” Rettinger reports. “If true, Apple’s set will debut as the largest OLED based HDTV on the consumer market. LG and Samsung debuted 55-inch OLED sets at CES earlier this month, but neither is set to launch as soon as April.”
Rettinger reports, “While we don’t know if the set will be running it’s own version of iOS, we do know that will have deep integration with devices running the popular operating system. They’ll also sport Siri style voice controls as well as facial recognition software, and plans for the TV’s voice control system are said to far exceed what’s currently in use on the iPhone 4S. And if the user opts to not use voice, an iOS device can be used as a stand in remote. Apple execs are reportedly describing the new product line as a ‘hub’ to your life, replacing the PC as the most-used device in a consumer’s home. Welcome to the ‘Post-PC Era.’”
Muchd more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader "ThomRhodes" for the heads up.]