Source: Apple to Enter TV Display Business Late This Year
June 21, 2011 4:34 PM
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Apple is preparing to launch TV displays powered by iOS, according to a former executive speaking with DailyTech.
Sales of Sony's Google-powered Internet TV, a similar project, have been mediocre. However, Apple's fans are unparalleled in their devotion, so it might be premature to count the new Apple television sets out.
Company is reportedly teaming up with a major OEM to sell iOS-powered, Apple-branded displays
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6/21/2011 9:36:19 PM
This will never happen. Apple would never allow another company's hardware to be branded as an Apple product. They are hyper-focused on attention to detail, and need full control of the hardware development process to make sure products meet their high standards. Anyone who knows apple would know this.
7/17/2011 2:34:23 PM
You're referring completely to design and not manufacturing I hope--
Apple used to use Samsung displays, now using LG displays. I think they still use Samsung for their larger displays.
Apple uses Samsung chips and processors
Apple also uses Intel chips and processors
Apple also uses both NVidia and ATI graphics cards
Apple's OS is based on NetBSD
Apple's explosive acryllic is from Foxconn! Along with numerous other parts.
The list goes on and on.
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