Siri Powered Apple TV To Launch By 2013 – Reports

Cracking News, that what Apple’s former CEO & C-founder Steve Jobs said to his authorized biographer Walter Issacson has revealed quite a few details of Apple’s future ventures, including their aspirations to enter the competitive Connected TV Market – Followed by Jeff Robbins, a guy who seems to have more than a little pull within the Cupertino Comapny’s rank.

Bits Apple Siri Enabled TV launch by 2013

The recent release of Steve Jobs’ life story as told by Walter Isaacsson, and believe it or not, it’s all about Apple TV Set. A Full-fledged Apple Television set with the Functionality built-in is surely coming.

have you heard about this clincher: as has been the case with the recent iPhone 4S that will be the system-wide voice recognition in the form of Siri . Once the Apple Company begins pumping out television sets, gone will be the days of Remote Controls, and instead, you TV will be personified into an intelligent, responsive slave to your viewing preferences.

For example: if you are a fan of David Blane’s Show Magical Tricks, you’ll be able to tell siri you wish to catch up on the latest episode, and like clockwork, the latest episode will begin rolling. If, regrettably, you enjoy to the sounds of UK Top 10, could demand to see Music Videos starring Miceal Jackson, and, Gaga and behold, there they will be – Raedy for your viewing pleasure.

“i Finally Cracked it”, the quote was first came out when Apple realized you could just talk to your Television. NYTimes writes that Siri-enabled Apple HDTV set is coming in 2013. Siri would be the perfect remote control replacement for the confusing user interfaces found on today’s televisions.

Apple’s Co-founder, Steve Jobs also told this Biographer, “it will have the simplest user interface you could imagine”. NyTimes’ Nick Bilton says that he heard about Apple’s Television plans over a year ago.

Read – What Bilton explains how Siri will work on an Apple TV :

It’s the stuff of science fiction. You sit on your couch and rather than fumble with several remotes or use hand gestures, you simply talk: “Put on the last episode of Gossip Girl.” “Play the local news headlines.” “Play some Coldplay music videos.” Siri does the rest.

Of course this experience goes beyond just playing TV shows or the local news. As the line between television programming and Web content continues to erode, a Siri-powered television would become more necessary. You aren’t going to want to flip through file folders or baskets of content, checking off what you want. Telling Siri to “play videos of cute cats falling asleep” would return an endless YouTube stream of adorable napping fur balls.

The Digitalization of Television during the last 10-15 years has left TV Fanatics spoilt for Choice, allowing effortless searching and Storage of Shows for Viewing at any time.

Siri-based TV has an air of James Bond in it, and aside just providing TV Shows, Music Videos and Movies, it is more than likely that we content could fall under Siri’s extensive umbrella.

As more than a Hobby Steve Jobs, labled Apple TV than a Serious Product, but with the Companies TV endeavors looking set to take more advantage in the coming 18 months, there’s certainly potential for Apple to spread it’s wings further than simply Macs and mobile devices.

Expect the usual high prices, cutting-edge Stykle Technology yet to market as Apple Aims to launch the TV Market by late 2012 or by year 2013. Via