Apple TV’s Release In 2013 has been in the news for quite a long time, people all across the globe are anxiously waiting to get a glimpse of apple’s new product.The new Apple TV popularly sounded as iTV is very different from the Apple TV that is already available in the market. The new Apple TV which is to be released soon is really unique. It allows you to connect to your tv to download movies, stream music and you can use your TV as a monitor. However the release date of this TV is not confirmed yet, many analysts are of the opinion that it will release only in the year 2014 or 2015 whereas some still keep hopes that it will release by the end of 2013.

A renowned analyst Gene Munster assumes that the price may go up to $1,500-$2,000 and it will  come in a size range of 42-inches to 55-inches.

The expectations are high about this new product by apple as it is not a company that has a track record of not only selling but also taking off the market. Some good examples are iPod, iPhone and iPad.

Many reports have commented that as Apple couldn’t make a deal with cable companies, the release will be late for many more months. It should cost $1,500-$2,000 and come in sizes from 42-inches to 55-inches.

He mentions that the main attraction of it’s design will be it’s design. You will be able to use TV as the main interface for the living room across multiple devices. It will probably include Siri and FaceTime. He is of the opinion that it will hit the markets by the end of November, the next holiday season.

However Apple have always remain tight lipped about this issue, all the gadget freaks will have to wait patiently for some more months to get a glimpse of this new product.

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