Spy Photos of 60-inch OLED Apple Television in Testing?

Spy Photos of 60-inch OLED Apple Television in Testing?

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Blurry spy photos of what is allegedly an OLED Apple Television about 60-inches in size have surfaced online. The images were posted to Weibo and appear to show the device in a testing facility.

Today, the exposure of Apple OLED TV spy photos, this Apple TV about 60 inches, narrow frame design, metal shell, the bottom of the screen there are two similar black spots of the camera. This exposure is very abrupt, before no news broke the news and forecast reports, how do you see

Apple has long been rumored to have been working on a television but those rumors never materialized. Despite stepping down as CEO, Steve Jobs had been focusing his energy on reinventing the television. Walt Mossberg says that Jobs called him the night he said he was handing over control of Apple to Tim Cook and told him about his plans for a television set. “I think we figured out a way to do it, and it’s going to be fantastic,” Jobs said. While it's likely that the company does have a television in testing, it's unclear if it will ever reach consumers.

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Spy Photos of 60-inch OLED Apple Television in Testing?

Spy Photos of 60-inch OLED Apple Television in Testing?

Spy Photos of 60-inch OLED Apple Television in Testing?

Spy Photos of 60-inch OLED Apple Television in Testing?
Raas Al Ghul - August 18, 2017 at 6:15am
If this is a oled TV then that itself puts it in the premium price tag range OLED TVs are premium TVs
Paul - August 16, 2017 at 3:49pm
I must agree with the other posters; this would not be a cheap investment. They have become an elitist manufacturer with the attitude 'If you can't shell out the money, keep walking'.
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tommyyyy - August 16, 2017 at 12:49pm
5000 bucks in the name of Apple...
Charles Mix - August 16, 2017 at 1:41pm
You are being conservative. If true, they price tag will be closer to $7500. Why? Because Apple knows people will pay the price.
Ken - August 17, 2017 at 6:48am
It would have to have something amazing over the 10,000 other TVs on the market for all but the most die hard of Apple fans in order for them to sell any.
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