Many have been buzzing about Apple this past week, after the company received an Emmy award at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show and high-level executives were spotted walking the show floor. However, the tech giant did not participate as an exhibitor at the show, and many are wondering what is next for Apple.
In a recent interview with The Motley Fool, tech and telecom analyst Andrew Tonner commented that Apple's main catalyst moving forward is tablets. Adrian Kingsley-Hughes also outlined some of the major new markets that Apple could break into in the near future, in a column for Hardware 2.0.
Kingsley-Hughes indicated that Apple could be entering the living room in the near future with the creation of an Apple television, and the company may even enter the television content market. He noted that television is the last of media that has not seen the “pervasive” influence of Apple and iTunes. Other markets that Apple could move into include gaming, with new game consoles, wearable computing, with smart watches, home automation and in-car entertainment.
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