Jefferies & Co today released, through its analyst Peter Misek, a comprehensive prediction of what Apple might plan to revolutionize the television market , one of the few that have resisted Cupertino’s company halo after it managed to change personal computing, music and mobile telephony forever.
International Business Times
We’re talking about a video distribution service on TV, completely based on the cloud and powered by that North Carolina data center that has already been attributed so many utilities:
It is notable that content distribution companies have asked Cablevision to remove their iPad apps. We believe those same companies are negotiating some sort of contract with Apple. We find it easy to believe that this may even be Steve Jobs' "last hurrah" before he takes over the company. Funny how his authoritative biography will be published in early 2012.
We do not know if this would mean the launch of new devices related to this new service (a television, a new Apple TV...), but the truth is that Misek's predictions are quite ambitious when he says that even Apple is thinking of building more data centers in other continents . They will have to have some use, and it seems that there is little left for us to know something officially.