Apple HDTV to cost $1,499?

Best Buy appears to be circulating a customer survey that provides specific details about an Apple HDTV. Is this an indication of an impending launch for the elusive Apple display?

Best Buy is apparently including the widely rumored Apple HDTV in its latest survey gauging customer interest in potential new products.

Among the more interesting leaks are a $1,499 retail price for a 42-inch model and an integrated iSight camera. The latter is purportedly used for Skype, though the Cupertino, Calif.-based company currently offers a competing solution, FaceTime.

While Apple followers might use this mix-up to question the report's credibility, many of the product descriptions such as iCloud and iOS remote app support fall in line with earlier rumors. Is this an indication of an impending launch for the elusive Apple display?

(Source: Crave Asia via The Verge)

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