“Analyst Brian White with Ticonderoga Securities has been at a China electronics trade show this week, and said in a note to investors that he picked up “data points” that point toward a ‘Smart TV’ launch by Apple, possibly by the end of the year,” Neil Hughes reports for AppleInsider. “‘Our research suggests this Smart TV would go well beyond the miniature $99 second-generation Apple TV that the company released last fall and provide a full-blown TV product for consumers,’ White said.”
Hughes reports, “He went on to say that although Apple has long been projected by company watchers to enter the HDTV market, the Mac maker now appears to be ‘moving down this pace at a faster pace than the market expected.'”
“Moving down this pace at a faster pace?” Huh? Does he mean, “Moving at a faster pace?”
Hughes reports, “The biggest pusher of a prospective Internet-connected HDTV from Apple has been analyst Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray. Munster has repeatedly forecast that Apple will introduce such a product in the coming years, with a starting price of around $2,000.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Joanne” for the heads up.]