The Artwork For Apple’s June Event Has Left Clues: A Huge Update Coming For Apple TV
Since Apple has announced that it is going to host its annual developer conference, WWDC, between June 8-12, speculations are being made about rollout of a major update for Apple TV during the event.
Apple writer John Gruber has reached point of noble anticipations after pondering at the artwork for the announcement. He says:
“I usually don’t play the ‘let’s read into the design of the Apple event announcement’ game, but damned if the center of this doesn’t look like an Apple TV, And the slogan — ‘The Epicenter of Change’ — would fit with an expanded HomeKit role for Apple TV.”
Observe this logo for the event and try to comprehend Apple writer’s mysterious sort of interpretation of it.
Noticed the round square right in middle? This is similar to Apple TV. This is what made Gruber anticipate an overhaul for the TV. Have a look at Apple TV:
The anticipations are reinforced by Apple CEO Tim Cook’s special interest in TV. He would have appreciated every betterment made in Apple TV. While appearing in an interview in September, Mr Cook said:
Well, you know, I don’t want to get into what we’re doing in the future. But we’ve taken steps with Apple TV. And Apple TV now has over 20 million users. It has far exceeded the hobby label that we that we placed on it. And we’ve added more content to it this year. There’s increasingly more things that you can do on there. But this is an area that we continue to look at.
So Apple is set to look seriously in the area of TV.