Apple’s iTV will Change Everything
"This will eventually destroy the television side of the cable and satellite industry, as your only requirement to access these on-demand stations will be an Internet connection. Say goodbye to your monthly cable bill." - Kevin Rose, Digg Founder
Digg Founder, Kevin Rose, just got news from the people inside Apple that the company will release its all-new, iOS powered iTV for $99 this September. Rose believes that the revamped Apple TV will change everything, including the incorporation of TV application for iOS. The iTV will have access to the App Store that enables users to download software that can run on their device. With these, content providers can give iTV owners a “table d’hote” stations.
Another alteration is that this $99 device will make photo and video sharing easier for users. And it can all happen with just a push of a button. Rose also wrote on his blog that Apple’s iPad is the preferred remote control for the iTV. The iPad can let users edit videos, control games and amplify interactive television experience. The Web entrepreneur also mentioned to keep an eye on Google’s own set-top box. The search giant’s Android-powered Google TV is set to launch this fall.
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