Rumored HDTV From Apple Intimidating ‘Smart TV’ Makers?

Apple is yet to confirm the existence of plans to enter the connected High Definition Television (HDTV) market. However, if Apple really intends to introduce an HDTV set, the mere thought of such intention is apparently enough to freak out other makers of so-called smart TVs.

Apple Unveiling Television Set Operating System At WWDC?

BGR is claiming to have received information from a “trusted source” indicating that Apple will demonstrate the operating system for its television set at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) this month. BGR did not reveal the name of a source.

Apple Manufacturing Test Batch Of Apple Television Sets?

Quoting “informed sources”, the China Business Daily is reporting that Apple might have begun the production of the first prototypes of its much-anticipated connected television sets. If this report is true, the production is set at one of its overseas manufacturing facilities ahead of a general production ramp, which is expected to begin late 2012.

Foxconn CEO Denies His Comments On Apple Television Set

Recently, Foxconn CEO Terry Gou had leaked information about Foxconn manufacturing the rumored television set from Apple. Obviously, his comments would enraged Apple who are well-known for their secrecy regarding projects under development.

Foxconn Chairman Confirms Existence Of Apple HDTV

We have been anticipating a High Definition Television (HDTV) set from Apple for past few months. Now, Foxconn chairman Terry Gou has leaked information potentially confirming the existence of Apple’s HDTV.