Originally Posted by Benladesh
Apple is slowing that down.
Take a look at what competitors came out with after the iPhone launched. After the iPad launched. After the MacBook Air launched.
They came out with iPhone wanna-be's, iPad wanna-be's, and MacBook Air wanna-be's.
If Apple is stifling the competition as much as you say, then why in the heck is everyone copying them? Goodness.
Anyway, I am in the market for a new TV and now I'm gonna have to wait to see if Apple brings anything to the table by Spring time '12. If they do come out with something, it will have to be ultra, ultra thin, minimum of 46" but preferably larger, built in Apple TV, and be around $2500 or less for me to purchase.
I also think its fairly safe to assume that Apple will keep the picture settings completely dumby proof. That is to say you essentially need to be a professional to calibrate an HDTV. There's so many settings on my 46" Samsung...it's impossible for any consumer to know what they all do.Edited by ForumViewer - 11/1/11 at 7:50pm