Linked by David Adams on Tue 14th Feb 2012 17:24 UTC
Apple Today Samsung AV product lead Chris Moseley had comments about Apple's rumored entrance into the television marketplace that sound eerily similar to that which Palm CEO Ed Colligan's said a few years back about how Apple's ability to simply walk into this market and figure it out like they had managed to do after years of research.
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Thom_Holwerda
Member since:
2005-06-29

If Apple builds a "TV", expect all those inputs at the back of the box to be gone.


So... No input for my Xbox360?

Fail.

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clasqm Member since:
2010-09-23

No input for your Xbox. No input for your Wii. No input for your Blueray player. No input for your Grandpa's Betamax. No input for ANYTHING. Not even a coax cable from your old rooftop antenna will get in there.

Don't people get it? We're talking a giant iPad hanging on the wall (there's a drinking song in there somewhere). Everything you want to see and do streams from iTunes. Including games. The interface is Siri. And once you've subscribed to a service, you'll be able to see it on your iPad too. Maybe even on your iPhone.

They might keep on using the term "TV" for familiarity's sake. But it won't be TV as we've known it.

No, I have no insider knowledge, I'm extrapolating from how I've seen Apple evolve over the last decade. You don't have to like it. But they will sell millions of the things.

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0brad0 Member since:
2007-05-05

No input for your Xbox. No input for your Wii. No input for your Blueray player. No input for your Grandpa's Betamax. No input for ANYTHING. Not even a coax cable from your old rooftop antenna will get in there.

Don't people get it? We're talking a giant iPad hanging on the wall (there's a drinking song in there somewhere). Everything you want to see and do streams from iTunes. Including games. The interface is Siri. And once you've subscribed to a service, you'll be able to see it on your iPad too. Maybe even on your iPhone.

They might keep on using the term "TV" for familiarity's sake. But it won't be TV as we've known it.


With something as crappy as that it would be a pretty big fail product.

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