BGR got news from a source that Apple will be introducing a TV SDK at WWDC next week. A TV SDK would enable third-party developers to create software for Apple’s TV products. Apple also has plans to demonstrate an all new TV operating system during its WWDC keynote next week. » Apple Will Launch TV SDK At WWDC
Apple has just released a new update for the generation 2 and 3 Apple TV models. The update allows movies and TV show previews from the iTunes Store to be viewed in HD and fixes a few other minor issues.
Huhmagazine noted that: Jefferies analyst Peter Misek has said that Apple’s rumoured-to-be-in-development Apple TV will not be called the iTV, but something more like iPanel, because the display will be “far more” than a normal TV set. “It is a display, gaming center, media hub, computer, home automator, etc”. » Apple TV Called iPanel? [rumor]
FireCore announced that they are happy to release a new versions of Seas0nPass and aTV Flash (black) that are compatible with latest 5.0 (iOS 5.1) software running on the ATV2. “A ton of work has gone into getting everything updated, and a huge thanks go out to Brandon Holland (@640774n6) and Dustin Howett (@DHowett) who both contributed immensely in adding support for 5.0.” » Apple TV On OS 5.0 Tethered Jailbroken [jailbreak]
LG already makes iPod Touch and iPhone Retina Displays, some iPad displays and there has been reports that claimed LG is providing the television behind the Apple HDTV. Now LG showed an amazing new 55-inch OLED HDTV at the Consumer Electronic show. They have a 4 mm bezel -that is half the thickness of an iPhone 4S- and weighs in at a paltry 16.5-pounds. In addition, things like “1,000 times faster than LED/LCD displays” and “infinite contrast ratio” makes this sound like one of the best displays of 2012. Can this be the display of the new Apple HDTV? Check out more pictures after the break. » LG Announces 55-Inch OLED HDTV, Working On Apple HDTV