Cult of Mac has talked to an anonymous source that a prototype of the Apple iTV claims to have seen. According to the website, the television seems a lot like the Apple Cinema Displays that currently sell, but he is a lot bigger. The television would be a built-in iSight camera, which can be used for FaceTime calls. Siri also supports the television, which you can give different commands using voice control.

According to our source, who has asked to remain strictly anonymous, the Apple HDTV looks like Apple’s current lineup of LED-backlit Cinema Displays but is “much bigger.” It has a built-in iSight camera for making free FaceTime video conference calls. And it has Siri, the iPhone 4S’s voice-activated virtual assistant.

The built-in iSight camera would be able to recognize your face, and can then zoom in on. Then the camera continues to follow you as you walk through the room. This makes it possible from across the room FaceTime calls.

How exactly Siri in the television will be used is not yet clear. The source saw just how Apple used the virtual assistant to a FaceTime call.

Cult of Mac's source would have seen a working prototype. The television would be the same device that Steve Jobs talked about when he said to have discovered how he could improve the television. Cult of Mac claims that Apple products, their source often gets to see before they appear on the market. Not all products he shared with the site are on the market: in some cases, according to Apple chose the site for a product not yet on the market. The above image comes from Dan Draper, who relied on the claims of the source.


There are already rumors about an Apple TV, which is often called the iTV. At the time, the Apple TV is for sale, but this is a device that connects to your television.


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