It looks like all those rumours of an Apple-branded TV were right. Unfortunately, the company decided to shelves plans for such a device 'more than a year ago' according to a new report.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook is offering more hints in a new interview this week that his company will be releasing new products beyond its current lineup, adding "we're working on some really great stuff."
Oft-rumoured, but still unseen, the existence of Apple's new HDTV set - commonly referred to as the 'iTV' - has finally been confirmed by the company's principal manufacturing partner, Foxconn.
Steve Jobs talked with CBS CEO Leslie Moonves a year ago, with Jobs wanting to get CBS content in Apple's upcoming television service; Moonves ultimately passed on the deal.
Apple is rumored to be working on some kind of television project. If that's true, it has the potential to also be a successful game console that could change the face of gaming itself.
There are more hints that Apple and its late founder Steve Jobs have been working on a way to create an Apple-branded television for a launch sometime in the near future.
Rumors have hit the Internet again that Apple is working on a television that will run its iOS operating system inside for launch in 2012.