Apple has finally launched its TV which is available in Indian stores with Apple retailer Maple and the device is available in stores for just Rs 8,275. The launch of Apple TV was announced in February through the popular Apple’s India website. The website revealed the launch of the devise and its new and interesting functions and has also splashed images of the product. The Apple TV is a media product that is collaborated with the company’s iTunes store or other iDevices that can enable you to share content to your HDTV.
The device will be rolled out in the first week of March and is finally available in stores. Sources have claimed that the Apple TV is on sale in the grey market for Rs. 6,500.
For usage the device will need to be connected to your HDTV through HDMI can gather content from other Apple devices when connected to the same network. For movie and music buffs who have an interesting collection of films and music, you can share this with other viewers through Apple TV connection. The interesting part of the whole process is you can buy or rent new content from iTunes store.
A statement by Apple TV page on the company’s Indian website, ‘’there would be no requirements to check out DVDs or blockbusters on cable. With Apple TV, you can access the most amazing Hollywood titles and new releases the same day they launch on DVD. Once you source what you are looking for, then press Play and in seconds you can view opening credits with cinema-like Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound. The SD rentals start from just Rs 80 and HD rentals start from Rs 120.
Apple TV connects to outside content also but is centered on American audiences. American sports fans in India will be thrilled on the options of sports. Besides music and videos you can view photos from Flickr, access stored content on iCloud, mirrie you iPhone, iPod or iPad’s screen to your TV through AirPlay to play amazing games on the large screen and watch YouTube and Vimeo videos through many apps. The device can source new features from Wall Street Journal.
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