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Posted by VdoCity Friday, October 28, 2011

The recent release of the life story of Steve Jobs, as told by Walter Isaacsson has revealed few details of Apple's future business, including their aspirations in the competitive market for connected TV - led by Jeff Robbins - a guy who seems to have more than a little tug on the Cupertino company ranks.What we did not know until now, however, is that the key point - as was the case with the recent 4S iPhone - will be for the entire system voice recognition in the form of Siri. Once the fruit company starts pumping on television, has been the day of the remote controls, and instead, the TV is personified in an intelligent slave that responds to your viewing preferences.

For example, if you're a fan of the show Criminal minds, you will be able to tell Siri you want to catch up on the last episode, and like clockwork, the latest episode will begin rolling. If, unfortunately, you enjoy rock to the sounds of U2, which may require to see music videos featuring Bono of the band, and, oh surprise, it will be - ready for your viewing pleasure.

The digitization of television over the last 10-15 years has left fans of the TV to choose from, allowing you to search and storage effortless sample to see at any time. But the voice control this luxury a whole new level, and Syria could end up making an even greater impact at home than on the mobile devices. TV-based Siri has an air of James Bond in it, and apart from just providing TV shows, movies and music videos, is more than likely that the web content would fall under the broad umbrella Siri.

The technology is there, and the incredible marketing prowess of Apple, a skeptic would take courage to oppose a reform of the way television looks.

Apple TV was scored by Steve Jobs, more like a hobby than a serious product, but with the efforts of the TV company looking to set to take a more stubborn in the next 18 months, no doubt, the potential for Apple to spread its wings beyond just Macs and mobile devices.

Hopes that the usual high prices, cutting-edge style and boastful but persuasive marketing that Apple aims to attack the television market.


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