Looks like Apple did it again, after getting a lot of negative feedback on the 2nd generation Apple TV, Apple expects to sell its 1 million Apple this week.
When Apple announce that it removed the hard drive the new Apple TV, Apple receives a lot of criticism from tech enthusiast and users a like but I guess there a big reason why Apple did that, who knows.
Apple TV is the 2nd generation of its device that allows users to view rented video from itunes and stream video content from Netflix, YouTube, Flickr and MobileMe and stream your videos and music wirelessly from iPad, iPod touch and iPhone as long as you are using iOS 4.3 via Air Play. You can also use your iOS device as a remove for Apple TV by installing the Remote App available as a free app on the App Store.
Apple TV is available for only $99, which was originally at $230 to $150.
New Apple TV Sales to Top One Million This Week
CUPERTINO, California—December 21, 2010—Apple® today announced that it expects sales of its new Apple TV® to top one million units later this week. The new Apple TV offers the simplest way to watch your favorite HD movies and TV shows, stream content from Netflix, YouTube, Flickr and MobileMe℠, all on your HD TV for the breakthrough price of just $99. iTunes® users are now renting and purchasing over 400,000 TV episodes and over 150,000 movies per day.
Now with AirPlay®, recently available in iOS 4.2, users can wirelessly stream their music, video and photos from iPad™, iPhone® and iPod touch® to their new Apple TV, making it the perfect iOS accessory. Users can also control Apple TV with their iPad, iPhone or iPod touch using the Remote app, available as a free app on the App Store℠.
Apple designs Macs, the best personal computers in the world, along with OS X, iLife, iWork, and professional software. Apple leads the digital music revolution with its iPods and iTunes online store. Apple is reinventing the mobile phone with its revolutionary iPhone and App Store, and has recently introduced its magical iPad which is defining the future of mobile media and computing devices.
Last modified: December 23, 2010