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Are These Details for a New Apple TV?

Is this the information we have all been waiting for? It may seem so. The Verge has uncovered a slide from Best Buy, and it describes what could be the possible new Apple HDTV.

So what are the specifications. In this slide, they advertise a 42″ 1080p LED flat panel display. No OLED display as previously rumoured. It incorporates the Apple OS found from the current Apple TV. There is also an addition of the app store. Don’t know how that’s going to work unless they require an iOS device or have a special remote. Of course, they have to include iCloud. And yes, you can use your iOS device as a remote to contr
us services. Now, theyol the TV and purchase songs. This will probably lead to a new version of Apple Remote. They have also included services such at Netflix, YouTube and flickr, the obvio

advertise an iSight camera and microphone built in for Skype. So is iSight going to be the next “one more thing?”

The price point? A 42″ TV will cost you $1499, not that cheap. But really, if you just bought a new HDTV, are you really going to buy an Apple branded TV? I won’t. Not unless they bring in partners such as LG and Samsung to manufacture their TVs and sell them under their branding, similar to Google TVs. Answer our survey below.

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About Jordan Yep

Senior Editor and President of Jordan's Tech Stop. From a young age, he has always been fascinated by technology, and enjoys reporting and checking out the latest in the tech world. Jordan has an IT Essentials certification from Cisco, which he received in 2012. Email Jordan at:

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