A few TV-related Apple rumors have popped up today, with one report claiming the company is planning on introducing a flat-screen TV set protected by Corning Gorilla Glass. The report from Taiwan’s Economic Daily News (translated link) claims Apple met with Foxconn and Corning about 55-inch and 60-inch TV sets that could feature Gorilla Glass extending to the very edge of the television for a full flat-panel display. The TV could be launched in the first half of 2014.
Additionally, as noted by Business Insider, MG Siegler said on John Gruber’s The Talk Show podcast that Apple could introduce “some sort of television product,” though not a TV screen, as soon as this November. Siegler said there have been whispers that interaction with the product “could be the interesting thing,” and that voice interaction may be “out the window.” Conceivably, such a product could be as small as Google’s Chromecast, or could involve a camera. Both rumors should be taken with numerous grains of salt at this point.