Apple recently launched their new Apple TV 3, and we have previously heard rumors that Apple are working on their own HDTV, which will come with some sort of new TV subscription service.
According to a recent report, Apple are expected to launch their Apple HDTV in quarter four of 2012, due to some information received from various supply chains.
We know Apple is working on an Apple HDTV, it was confirmed in the late Steve Jobs’s biography, and the new HDTV is expected to be powered by Apple’s voice activated virtual assistant, Siri.
Many sites are calling the device the Apple iTV, which we suspect will not be the name for the device, as the ITV brand name is owned by British broadcaster ITV, and if Apple went down this route it could end up facing legal action here in the UK.
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