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Apple preparing 32 and 37-inch iTVs for summer release

By Shawn Knight
Dec 27, 2011
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  1. Apple is reportedly set to have manufacturers start production for television sets in the first quarter of 2012. This would give the company ample time to prepare for a second…

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  2. H3llion

    H3llion TechSpot Paladin Posts: 976   +99

    I am going to watch ITV on iTV .... oohh woops.... must take Apple to court, they are naming their product after a TV channel .... amg
     
  3. i guess apple will now sue samsung and others for using the letters "T" and "V" together (TV).
     
  4. H3llion

    H3llion TechSpot Paladin Posts: 976   +99

    haha xD
     
  5. One must wonder about Apple and Samsung's copyright battle when the two continue to produce and purchase from each other. It's sort of like a couple going through a divorce while still having sex and creating children. In both cases, its the lawyers that profit.
     
  6. As with most other apple products; NO THANKS.
    Any half decent HTPC along with a nice Samsung TV will do anything this thing will at a fraction of the cost.

    Like just about every other apple device, it will use Samsung or LG panels anyway.
     
  7. The article says nothing about price. Stick it.
     
  8. Apple is so terrible. The world would be a better place had it never been here. Wait, no it wouldn't.
     
  9. jester376

    jester376 TS Enthusiast Posts: 53

    Yeah, it is kind of dumb that Apple keeps suing people. On the TV issue, if there's ever any dispute between Apple and Samsung, I Think Samsung would win the case. Even with Apple's pressure, Samsung has been in the TV business far much longer.
     
  10. Meanwhile, cable operators are thinking, "hey, wait minute".
     
  11. 32 and 37 inch. Stupid Apple this is a go big or go home industry. They should have a 50 inch if they want to be serious. Go to Best Buy and tell me how many tvs are 32 and 37 and then go look at 50inch plus
     
     


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