The new Apple TV device which was landed on the store few days back seems to be a hit among the the customers. The Apple’s latest attempt to crack the set-top-box market sees a few reviews that was erupted.
According to store representatives, the $99 device was sold out by early afternoon in Seattle. University Village had “a few” in the morning and Bellevue Square had “a limited” number that was gone quickly.
Apple TV is fundamentally a wireless adapter that connects a TV set to computers and devices running Apple software for playing and renting movies and TV shows. It also streams photos and music from a computer.
Engadget attacked on one for a review that concluded Apple TV isn’t a solution for replacing cable-TV service. It said content available on the device is limited. However, “If you just want a dead simple movie rental box and you’re not that picky about content, the Apple TV is a no-brainer. If, like us, you’re looking for options good enough to make you can the cable, Apple’s new box still feels a lot like a hobby.”
Anyway still the Apple TV is standing and more customers like it and that’s put all the symptoms away.