A new version of the OS powering the Apple TV will be unveiled by the Cupertino, California-based Apple TV maker at next week’s Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, a new report suggests.
Citing an unnamed “trusted source”, BGR says that “Apple is planning to demonstrate a brand new version of the Apple TV operating system next week at WWDC.”
As we have all learned from Apple, WWDC 2012 kicks off June 11 and will last until June 15. The keynote starting the WWDC will happen at 10 a.m. on 11 at the Moscone West center.
This new report seems to confirm Apple’s interest in the project it has previously said was just a hobby.
All Things Digital quoted Apple CEO Tim Cook saying at the keynote starting the All Things Digital conference that the Apple TV is “an area of intense interest for us.” According to the CEO, Apple will “keep pulling this string (Apple TV) and see where it takes us.”
Apple has said that it has sold over 2.7 million Apple TV units this year.
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