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Apple TV still on track to ship this month


Apple has denied a report claiming the release of its Apple TV streaming media device would be delayed until March. An Apple spokeswoman said it is “business as usual” for the launch of Apple TV. “We are still planning to release Apple TV in February as announced,” she said. The statement was in response to a Think Secret report, which said “the first shipments of Apple TV to the company’s retail stores have been pushed back to the beginning of March.” Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the Apple TV under the code name iTV in September last year. Apple has been accepting pre-orders for the device since last month’s Macworld Expo.

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I just chatted with someone at the Apple online store.  They claimed that Apple TV would also work with Windows 2000 and not just XP.  I hope they are right.  It seems right to me since it is just using networking to stream the songs to the device and the TV.

Posted by Teddy on February 13, 2007 at 1:13 PM (CST)


Here in Australia my order status says shipped from factory on 28 Feb, shipped from warehouse to me on 2 Mar. I ordered it on the morning of its release.

Posted by Japester on February 13, 2007 at 6:40 PM (CST)


Umm…they are both right.  All orders have an “arrive date” of March 6, 2007, though, they will be “shipped by February 28, 2007”.  Both statements are accurate, and do not conflict with each other.

Is this really a story?

Posted by Gordy. on February 14, 2007 at 9:49 AM (CST)

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