Apple discussed plans to manufacture its own TVs Corning, Foxconn and G-Tech

Apple representatives about two weeks ago, met with representatives of Corning, Foxconn and G-Tech Optoelectronics to discuss issues regarding the production of television sets. This information resource Electronista , citing Taiwanese newspaper Economic Daily News.

During the meeting, Foxconn asked Corning to share some of the details related to the characteristics of the glass Gorilla Glass anti-glare G-Tech, which is used in the iMac 2012 release.

According to the Economic Daily News, Apple TV delivery with screen sizes 55 and 60 inches will begin in the first half of 2014. Production of LCD panels for them will be occupied by Sharp, to be exact – will be used for this production capacity of the plant in Sakai, Sharp, and assembly – Foxconn. It is now also rumored that Foxconn will not be able to fully meet the demand, and Apple will have to address in Innolux.

Rumors of Apple TV have been around for quite a long time , but until now there has been no direct evidence that would point to the emergence of this product in the near future.

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