RUMOR: A6-powered Apple HDTV featuring Siri to range in size from 32 to 55 inches

“Apple will launch their new Apple TV in time for the last quarter of 2012, with sources in Japan telling SmartHouse that 3 sizes are being planned including a 32″ model and a 55″ model,” David Richards reports for Smarthouse.

“The Apple TVs will incorporate a new processor that is set to appear in the iPad 3, which is due midway through 2012,” Richards reports. “A totally new software interface has been written that allows users to call up programs using voice commands via the new Siri personal assistant app built into the iPad, iPhone and directly into the TV.”

Richards reports, “The Daily Telegraph in the UK claims that previous reports have suggested that Apple is working on a new TV. Sources within the company said that Jeff Robbin, the engineer who helped create the iPod and iTunes, is leading the effort.”

Read more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]

26 Comments

    1. Nothing has been announced. Didn’t you learn anything about Apple with the introduction of the iPad. Chances are if Apple does introduce a TV it will include very new technology and/or configuration which separates it from the current commodity TV’s.

      You will see how reasonable the price is for Apple’s new technology when other companies try to buid and sell competing TV’s.

  1. It’s not going to be a TV.

    Apple is planning to compete with Microsoft’s hugely successful Big Ass Table.

    (for those with no sense of humour, the above is called sarcasm)

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