Ever since Walter Isaacson's Steve Jobs biography kicked the rumors of an Apple HDTV into high gear, it seems like a new bit of news sprouts up every week; each one no more believable than the last. Until now. Cult of Mac is reporting that it has an anonymous source who has seen a prototype of the Apple HDTV:
"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."
Based on the source's knowledge, Cult of Mac had a mockup designed by Dan Draper who based it on the current Cinema Display but made the stand "shorter, wider to make the user more trusting that it can support the weight, and (see the side view) less angled."
While these features seem cool, Apple will need more than a Cinema Display with Siri to change the TV game. We want to see the feature(s) that Jobs thought up when he supposeldy figured out what it is TVs are missing.
[via Cult of Mac]