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Apple Cuts the Price of Apple TV
- Over the weekend, Apple lopped $100 off the 160-GB model of the Apple TV, and the 40-GB version of the home media player discontinued.
- Now Apple is selling the 160-GB model for $229, it was the price of the smaller version before it was discontinued. And Apple is offering shipping at no charge.
- Apple TV essentially connects their iTunes online store with the high-definition TV. With Internet connection, iTunes can be used to buy and store movies, TV shows, and music. Apple TV can be used to display photos too, and other content on an iTunes-carrying PC or Mac through a wired or wireless connection.
- About Apple TV
- Apple TV was released in March 2007. It is the first version had a 40-GB hard drive, which is enough storage for up to 50 hours of standard video, and it cost $299.
- While Apple has released software updates for Apple TssV, a major overhaul has yet to be released, although industry observers believe one is in the works. Last week, in speculation leading to Apple's iPod announcements, analysts had said that the Apple TV will be possible to release a new version.
- It wasn't. But Apple will eventually have to update the Apple TV. It is in order to compete with other consumer electronics being introduced that connect the Internet to the TV. Blockbuster and Netflix, they are compete with iTunes in online movie rentals, they are have been signing deals with hardware manufacturers to access their service with DVD player (http://www.winxdvd.com/dvd-player/) and other devices.
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