Apple Inc.(NASDAQ:AAPL) intended to make the TV experience quite different by allowing its viewers to watch any show at any time via its cloud-based DVR that could store TV shows online. The Apple On Demand TV content service would be designed in ways so that viewers could begin streaming a show minutes after it goes live.
Navigation icons on Apple’s iPad
Apple Inc. (AAPL) intends to make an easy interface for its Apple set-top device that resembles the navigation icons on Apple’s iPad, so its design will be simpler and easy to use than existing cable on-screen menus, widely viewed as Messy.
TV Screen With Social Media Features
Apple Inc.(AAPL) TV device may also create space on the TV screen for the possible visibility of social media features, such as sharing any TV shows in your social circle through services like Twitter Inc.. Apple may also facilitate its users to access TV content from the device on other Apple products like iPhones and iPads.
The Wall Street Journal says Apple has been reportedly in talks with prominent U.S cable services like Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSK) and Time Warner Cable Inc (NYSE:TWC), as well as companies that control television content. In the current scene, the existing agreements between cable operators and content companies may not allow these above mentioned companies to sign any deal for Apple’s device without content owner permission.
Data Center in Oregon
The current plans of Apple Inc. is a sort of cloud-based DVR that the firm is envisioning could be the motivation behind its new plans for a 500,000 square-foot data center in Oregon, or at an existing center in North Carolina.