Apple may add Comcast streaming TV in new Apple TV

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Mar 242014
 

The Wall Street Journal reports Apple is in talks with Comcast for a streaming TV service that’ll be available in future versions of the Apple TV.

Apple plans to offer live and on-demand streams of TV channels over the internet in the future, and this partnership would give the company access to Comcast’s network of channels. Apple would deliver the streams over special cables on Comcast’s network, such that it bypasses “congestion on the Web.”  Apple wants to ensure that the quality of the streaming video is as good as traditional TV networks, so customers don’t have to wait for the video to buffer.  Comcast and Apple’s discussions are in early stages and aren’t close to an agreement. Comcast would be required to significantly invest and improve its network, so that the service quality is up to Apple’s standards. Continue reading »

Rumors: Apple’s TV Set Will Be Called “iPanel”? Will Be Available This Year?

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Apr 052012
 

Analyst Peter Misek of Jefferies – a global securities and investment banking group – has increased his price target for AAPL to $800, on the basis that a TV set from Apple is to materialize in the fourth quarter of this year. Misek has “enough confidence” that the product – which he describes as “far more than a TV,” will launch in Q4 2012 – just in time for the holiday season. He also reckons the name “iPanel” would be better suited than the rumored “iTV,” since “TV,” by name, automatically gives limiting connotations. Continue reading »

Job Post Leads to Speculation Of Apple Television

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Feb 212011
 

According to a recent job listing for Apple, the company is looking for people to work on the next generation power supply technology. The job listing until a few hours ago read:

“You will be part of pride developing innovative designs, which are implemented in products used by millions of people. The position primarily involves high-density offline power supply’s development for Apple’s next generation Macintosh platforms spanning from notebook computers, desktop computers, servers, standalone displays and TV.” Continue reading »