Technology is becoming more intertwined than ever, so it's no surprise that Apple may plan to have the iPad function as a remote interface for the widely expected release of the Cupertino, California-based company's first HDTV, according to Apple Insider.
“The source claims that the iPad will be running special apps that will allow users to scan media content through a GUI akin to that seen on the existing TiVo app and its set-box counterpart,” according to the news source. “The system is 'early stage' and could be merely a working model for Apple engineers.”
Channels are said to have their own displays that could show extra information on the iPad, making watching television a more interactive experience than ever.
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