advertisement advertisement advertisement advertisement advertisement Apple television rumors have swirled for years . But only now do we know that when speaking to his official biographer, Steve Jobs was keen to reinvent the television. And after ages trying to polish it into a user-friendly interface to video content he finally felt he'd "cracked it." Excitement has grown quickly since this revelation, but one analyst– Gene Munster –has checked with his sources and says that test HDTV prototypes are already in the pipeline, suggesting the device could be en route sooner than we thought. Navigating Shark-Infested Waters In a hundred ways an Apple television makes sense, but Apple is really leaping into new waters here–and they're both cluttered with the detritus of devices of yore and shark-infested. As revealed in his biography , Jobs felt the same excitement about the way consumers use TV as he once did about cell phones: He saw a need to take something that was stuck in legacy-deferrence mode and make it new, simple, elegant and "completely easy to use." As well as being "seamlessly synced with all of your devices and with iCloud," it would have a simple UI that ditches the old system of… Read full this story
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