“Instead of selling a replacement for the TV you just bought, Apple should convince millions of Apple fans that they need a new screen in their lives,” McQuivey writes. “Call it the iHub, a 32-inch screen with touch, gesture, voice, and iPad control that can be hung on the wall wherever the family congregates for planning, talking, or eating — in more and more US homes, that room is the dining room or eat-in kitchen.”
McQuivey writes, “By pushing developers to create apps that serve as the hub of family life – complete with shared calendars, photo and video viewers, and FaceTime for chatting with grandma – this non-TV TV could take off, ultimately positioning Apple to replace your 60-inch set once it’s ready to retire.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader "Fred Mertz" for the heads up.]