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Apple set to update Apple TV

at 13:11 - 9th, August 2010
Apple hasn't touched the Apple TV for close to a year and a half and people have been wondering if it's dead or will it be revamped. DigiTimes is saying that they are going to update the little machine to use something on the lines of the iOS which makes sense since it's a media center wannabe.


- Apple TV: Finally, the report claims that Apple is preparing to introduce a new Apple TV based on AMD's Fusion platform. The new device, which has been rumored for several months, is said to lack a hard drive and run an interface similar to, and presumably based on, iOS. Support for "social networking websites, network multimedia and the App Store" is said to be included. Mass production of the new Apple TV is reportedly set for December, with an introduction presumably planned for early 2011.


what i also find interesting is the fact that it's dropping the hard drive and will be using an AMD cpu. i wonder if this means that amd powered macs are somewhere in the future.

• Alex


 

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News comment 1 | User comment 1033 | 13:18 - 9th, Aug 2010


Might have to do with the fact that AMD owns ATI and they have a better integrated graphics processor than the intel platform. It would be a lot cheaper than adding a better graphics card.

Alex Alex
News comment 2 | User comment 4895 | 14:08 - 9th, Aug 2010


interesting, AMDs site on the subject. so this would potentially be in the macbook and macmini as well. very interesting. does intel have an alternative to this?

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