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Opinion: Where is Apple taking the TV in 2014?

by Jeff Guilfoyle on January 28, 2014

apple tv in 2014 Opinion: Where is Apple taking the TV in 2014?

Yesterday Apple released their 2013 Q4 numbers and spoiler alert – they sold a lot of stuff. Specifically, they sold a lot of iPhones, iPads, iPods, Macs, and iTunes content, providing specific sales numbers for each of these categories. What wasn’t detailed is how many Apple TV’s were sold.

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Apple TV games Native gaming on Apple TV could soon become a reality as a new Apple TV with its own App Store is on the way, sources say

We’ve been waiting for the fourth generation Apple TV for quite sometime now. Initially we thought it would be announced in the iPad event in October, 2013. Later it was speculated that Apple will hold a separate event for the next Apple TV in November. And after the acquisition of PrimeSense, it was deemed that Apple will come up with gesture-recognizing control system for the same. Now, iLounge has learned something exciting and believable from their reliable source. Wait for it.. the next Apple TV will support native gaming!

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Apple Oct 22 apple tv New Apple TV delayed, small update still expected today

With only a few hours until Apple’s October 22nd iPad event, TechCrunch’s MG Siegler has revealed some more information which suggests what we can expect Apple to unveil today surrounding the many rumours we’ve heard about a new Apple TV.

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itv apple tv concept by guilherme schasiepen2 More evidence Apple is working on something big for your living room

Following increased rumours that Apple will be releasing an updated Apple TV for 802.11ac support at their iPad event in October, it was thought the announcement would be a relatively small one. However, a recent appointment into Apple’s exec team might indicate that Apple has plans for something special lined up for a 2014 release.

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New Apple TV with 802.11ac to launch soon?

by Dan on October 1, 2013

airport express New Apple TV with 802.11ac to launch soon?

A new WiFi standard called 802.11ac, which enables significantly faster transfer speeds than 802.11n, has recently began to find it’s way into consumer devices, including the new AirPort Extreme and Time Capsule base Station. Now it seems the Apple TV is about to get the same treatment, with speculation that a new Apple TV will be released soon with 802.11ac support.

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The real story behind 64-bit iOS for Apple TV

by Dan on September 17, 2013

64 bit processor apple tv The real story behind 64 bit iOS for Apple TV

One of the more ‘out-there’ announcements at Apple’s recent iPhone event was the introduction of 64-bit support in their new A7 processor and the optimisation of iOS to support it. No one really saw it coming, and no one really knows what it truly means.

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