Thursday, June 7, 2012

Apple began its test production of 'iTV' in China

China's Foxconn's Shenzhen manufacturer has obtained the first order for development of iTV and is generating preliminary designs on a 'trial basis'.

Earlier this month, Foxconn had declined that it was building a tv for Apple.
Apple's British designer Sir Jonathan Ive has said that the project he is working on now, which is considered by many to be Apple TV, could be the company's most important. Apple's iTV is stated to have Voice control, and was one of the major projects Steve Jobs was operating on before he passed away.

In his last days, Jobs informed his authorized biographer, Walter Isaacson, that one of the many technological innovations he still desired to rebuild was tv.
Banking analyst Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray has predicted that the product will be unveiled in Dec. Munster said that the iTV would go sale in early  2013, with sizes  ranging  from 42 inches wide to 55 inches wide, and costs between $1,500 and up to $2,000.

The firm has predicted that Apple can pick up a 10% discuss of the international TV market within three years of the item releasing.
McIntosh deals into the manufacture of home theater systems and amplifier, car stereo systems.

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