Forrester Research has reported a new perspective about a rumors for Apple HD TV. Instead of revolutionizing the look of TV, the California-based company will introduce new products that can provide various features for living room entertainment device.
Analysts believe Apple is working hard to launch HD TV. After reaping the rewards of hard work before with iPhone and iPads, which the devices can be excellent in recent years. In addition, the company nevertheless ensure that the device has a cycle life of up to two years.
Meanwhile, in TV market, user expects the product can last up to 7 years. To respond to these challenges the company must attract more TV customers. Then, Apple also must come up with the revolution TV concept that never existed before.
Forrester James McQuivey said,
“Apple should sell the world’s first non-TV TV. Instead of selling a replacement for the TV you just bought, Apple should convince millions of Apple fans that they need a new screen in their lives. Call it the iHub, a 32-inch screen with touch, gesture, voice, and iPad control that can be hung on the wall wherever the family congregates for planning, talking, or eating – in more and more US homes, that room is the dining room or eat-in kitchen”
The developers at Apple challenged to make a product that can integrate multiple features such as photos, calendar, video chat and other features that have made distinct and revolutionary product of the existing HD TV.