Should Apple tackle the watch industry or television next? If you look at the profit potential, it looks like the iWatch wins out.
Apple sold over 2 million Apple TV units in Q4 2012, which is about 60 percent higher compared to sales during the same period a year ago.
The latest rumor to circulate around the Internet about Apple’s alleged television set indicates that the company has taken another baby step by testing the product outside its offices.
In the most showy hint yet that Apple is building a television set, Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a new interview that the TV set was a relic from the past and that his company is intensely interested in changing that.
Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster has some new predictions about the highly rumored Apple television product, which could revolutionize the TV content industry as we know it.
Apple’s long-rumored revolutionary television set product is closer to hitting retail shelves than originally thought, according to Jefferies & Co. analyst James Kisner.
Apple’s share price on the Nasdaq stock exchange reached a new all-time high of $648.02 at the end of trading today, a sign investors are enthused about the rumored next-gen iPhone, Apple television, and smaller iPad.
“Siri, record all new episodes of the Desperate Bridezillas of Jersey Shore.”
Apple has apparently turned to Jeff Robbin, who created iTunes and co-developed the iPod, to spearhead development of an integrated television set.
Apple’s next iteration of its Apple TV device will likely add in a dual-core A5 processor, the same powerful CPU found inside the new iPhone 4S and the popular iPad 2, and offer 1080p HD playback for the first time.