Since iPhone and iPad rumors are dying down a little, it’s only right that analysts and supply chain sources turn their attention to a mythical Apple device. Cupertino is certainly looking at shaking up the TV industry, that much is known. But, very little else is.
The latest speculation comes from Hon Hai Precision Industry Co (aka Foxconn).
“According to the source, Apple’s new TVs will need flat panels ranging between 46 inches and 55 inches, which means that Hon Hai will not need to get its supply exclusively from Sharp. Hon Hai Chairman Terry Gou’s investment company holds a stake in a liquid-crystal-display factory owned by Sharp, Sakai International Operation, which focuses on producing 60-inch LCD panels.”
Apple TV is “confirmed” to be in testing – which iDevices often are at least a year before being released to the public. You can be sure that Tim Cook’s company will be keeping its cards very close to its chest until the alleged device has been released.
We could be in for a long ride on this one, so stay tuned and be patient. Until then, feast your eyes on this awesome concept from a few days back.