Ah, much better...
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Just no... Apple would be stupid to enter the TV market though I am sure the sheep would flock. Plus that $2K price point is a bit out of the ballpark I am sure it would be a minimum of $3K to get an Apple branded TV. There are plenty of other manufacturers who are doing a fine job making the "All-In-One" TV set.
LOL, all you are just saying that and its true. But i think they will sell great... just see how many fan boys are other there... lol
I agree with @omegadraco it is going to be more like 3k. Knowing apple it will be thin, silver, and use crap components. 720p anyone????
Now you're just mashing it!
"If Steve and Apple decide to enter the TV market, its going to be a success. I would expect it be a High quality 1080p thin Super Retina Display with some knock out features and at an affordable price. Why are people hating, I don't know why, Apple recent track record id solid."
Sounds like Apple is trying to strike while the iron is hot.
OptimusPrimeTime:"If Steve and Apple decide to enter the TV market, its going to be a success. I would expect it be a High quality 1080p thin Super Retina Display with some knock out features and at an affordable price. Why are people hating, I don't know why, Apple recent track record id solid."
I'm going to state this again. I see the Apple TV as some sort of super color-accurate wide-gammet deep black TV with exceptional picture quality (even though they've used Panels from LG, they seem to configure it in their own way.
Retina Displays aren't everything you know.
Additionally, I got sick of all the addition words in this article.
I have to agree that I am sure they would be putting out a high quality product. I just don't see it as a smart move for them because there is already so much competition in the TV market and lots of innovative companies.
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