“I’ve had my iPad Air for about two weeks now. And, it reaffirms my suspicion that an Apple HDTV, possibly morphed with a set-top box, will come sooner or later,” Rocco Pendola writes for TheStreet.
“That’s because, now having used the last two iterations of iPad, it’s clear to me that [TheStreet contributor John Martellaro] is correct,” Pendola writes. “Not only can Apple still innovate, it does so on its own timeline. If other companies make it first to market with a product, so be it. None use the same attention to detail or have the level of respect for the consumer that Apple does.”
“The next category Apple sets out to create, kill or reinvent — be it a television set, smartwatch, both or something else — will provide further proof,” Pendola writes. “This product will come in response to the existence of a very real consumer electronic need (or an opportunity Apple shrewdly and respectfully creates), not an answer to what somebody has done or the tech media claims to want.”
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