AppleInsider reports that the new "Configuration Descriptors" within iOS 4’s USB configuration files has revealed devices with model numbers “iPod 4,1”, "iProd 2,1" and a mystery device with model number '’UnknownHardware”.
When we reported that the next generation Apple TV will be renamed iTV, some of our readers in the UK had pointed out that the name would clash with UK television network ITV.
It looks like ITV bosses are already getting worked up about the name change even though it is only a rumor at this stage.
Taiwanese website, DigiTimes has revealed some interesting details about Apple’s next generation iOS devices.
According to their source, Apple will be releasing the next generation iPad in the first quarter of 2011, launching a CDMA-based iPhone at CES in January 2011 and introduce a new Apple TV based on AMD’s Fusion platform in early 2011.
For a long time, Apple has maintained that their foray into the television segment is just a "hobby". However, according to a recent Engadget report, Cupertino may well be on course to chart an effective reentry into the home entertainment space.
The sources have revealed that the next generation Apple TV may bring all of Apple's mobile offerings to the television; something the source claims will make the new device look like "an iPhone without a screen".