“What isn’t often referenced, for some peculiar reason, is an interview Isaacson conducted with CNET a few weeks after Jobs’ death. During the course of the interview, Isaacson contextualized Jobs’ remarks about finally cracking the puzzle of an integrated TV set,” Heisler reports. “Q: ‘How far along were they on the TV? Did you get any indication of that when talking to Jobs?’ Isaacson: ‘They weren’t close at all. He told me it was very theoretical. These were theoretical things they were thinking about in the future.'”
Heisler reports, “As it stands today, there’s remains no convincing shred of evidence that Apple is currently working to release an HDTV anytime soon.”
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