“Global Equities Research’s Trip Chowdhry today writes of Apple that ‘it is likely that Apple is creating a completely new device,’ something he vaguely describes as a large, curving piece of glass that can display images,” Tiernan Ray reports for Barron’s.
“Sounds like the description of a television set,” Ray reports, “although Chowdhry is not going so far as to claim it’s a TV set.”
Ray reports, “Without citing any sources, Chowdhry describes real estate in Silicon Valley being sucked up by Apple for various efforts he suggests are covert product development, including this mysterious new something.”
It is very likely that Apple is working on some new device with the following characteristics:
• A device which is 27″ to 50″ Curved Glass somewhat resembling a car windshield or a curved display
• The whole surface area acts like an HUD (Heads Up Display)
• The various sensors are built right into the Glass
We think this could be the next generation of some computing device, which may be completely gesture controlled…
— Global Equities Research analyst Trip Chowdhry
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MacDailyNews Take: Poor Gene will never be able to sleep tonight.
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