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Submitted by mpctips 960d ago | article

47% of consumers interested in Apple television, willing to pay 20% premium

Apple Insider: A new survey has found consumers are extremely interested in the prospect of an Apple-branded television, and are willing to pay a 20 percent premium over existing TV prices for such a device. (Apple, TV, Video)

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newsguy  +   960d ago
Apple tv? Pshh!
ReconHope  +   960d ago
wonder how much this sucker would cost and number people willing to buy it just for brand name.
KingPin  +   960d ago
i wouldn't say pshh. they'll patent rectangles with rounded corners and you'll be getting a square tv again.

Apple must be the most friendly rapist out there. i mean they keep victims wanting more.
caseh  +   959d ago
'Apple must be the most friendly rapist out there. i mean they keep victims wanting more.'

Thats because they give a reach-around in the mystical form of 'innovation'.

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