Not just the digital receiver box already available as Apple TV -- an actual Apple Television. The timing would make sense, right before the holiday season, but not all Apple followers are convinced a TV will actually hit the market in 2013. For starters, analysts have predicted an Apple Television would arrive for years with nothing to show for it. Plus, television margins are small, and Apple products are notorious for having some of the largest margins in the industry. Munster and Clinton predict an Apple TV will measure 42" to 55" and cost between $1500 and $2000. Similarly sized plasma and LCD TVs from Vizio, Samsung and Panasonic all clock in at under $1000, but Apple has never shied away from offering high quality at high cost.
The most intriguing aspect of the Apple-Samsung mega-trial is the number of amazing revelations.
|Yahoo must learn from past merger mistakes|
|Tesla's fight with America's car dealers|
|Amateur investors tap 401(k)s to buy homes|
|Death cross brewing in bond market|
|Merger Monday on Wall Street|