Apple may well add digital video recorder functionality to its third generation of the Apple TV, according to the analyst Shaw Wu from American Technology Research.
This would turn the product offering into a “real business” rather than just a “hobby”, and could be a real money-spinner for Apple.
To be honest, DVRs aren’t hugely exciting now — the functionality is great, of course, but in the UK every telecoms company and broadcaster is offering the service already. Would a DVR-enabled Apple TV be able to break in to the UK market in a big way? I’m not convinced.
(Via HDTV UK)
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