Best Buy Mentions 42-Inch Apple HDTV in Customer Survey

Best Buy Mentions 42-Inch Apple HDTV in Customer Survey

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Best Buy is asking customers what they think of a 42-inch Apple HDTV for $1499 in a customer survey, notes The Verge.

The big box wants to know how you feel about it based on some proposed promotional verbiage which boasts that "Apple finally reinvents what a TV can do," saying that it'll run iOS, support iCloud, be controllable from an iPhone or iPad, and have access to Netflix, YouTube, and Flickr - in other words, it's an Apple TV wrapped in an actual television set, exactly as you'd expect.

The survey is likely looking to determine how much demand there is for an Apple television and is probably not based on any real knowledge of the device. This is especially clear when you notice that the description talks about Skype and iSight; rather than FaceTime.

Take a look at the survey below...

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Best Buy Mentions 42-Inch Apple HDTV in Customer Survey

Best Buy Mentions 42-Inch Apple HDTV in Customer Survey

Beryl - February 17, 2012 at 7:42am
When I first steatrd hearing about ipads being used in elementary schools I was a little shocked. After reading this, maybe I'm just jealous that these kids get to play with ipads and I don't.It's similar to cell phones, minus the education; I didn't have a cell phone until my senior year in high school, but now kids have it in 4th grade. I get that it's a lifeline, and even though the generations before us did fine without them, doesn't mean we can't enjoy our technology at a younger age. So while I really dislike seeing young kids with cellphones, again, maybe I'm just jealous that I didn't have one at that age.Apple products are known for what? Innovation, and user interface. It's no mystery that it's so simple a very young boy or girl can use it. Think of how much smarter and adapted to the surrounding world the next generations will be at an earlier age. Basically, that means greater human accomplishments, more often.How can anyone be against that?As far as Apple creating life-long customers you can't really say they aren't. If Apple continues being who they are, then it'll be great to see where they stand in the global marketplace in 20-50 years. So good for them!
Dev - February 6, 2012 at 4:20pm
$1500 for a 42" TV? Blow me
Steve Jubs the Messiah - February 6, 2012 at 3:37pm
Ridiculous survey .... Wait until if/when Apple brings out a tv
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