Analyst's years-long dream of an Apple television dies a quiet death
Do you know what it’s like to be filled with hope? To have the world rolled out in front of you, to feel that your future is limitless, to above all, see that world without cynicism? And do you remember a time you lost that feeling?
This is an important mindset to enter before hearing the tale of Piper Jaffray financial analyst Gene Munster, whose years-long prediction that Apple will create a television set died last night, as The Wall Street Journal reported Apple had scrapped plans for a 4K TV. “Given how adamant we have been about the reality of an Apple television, it’s hard to accept the reality of no Apple television,” Munster wrote in a note today. “Our latest thinking prior to this story was that Apple would launch a television…
Source:: The Verge