Apple Rumored to Take Over TV

GigaOM and the New York Times have reports on Apple’s plans to reinvent the way we watch TV. 

Two days ago, GigaOM reported on the iTunes boss at Apple moving over to head up Apple’s television plans.  Today, they rebroadcast an article by NYT’s Nick Bilton that Apple is planning to launch a Siri-enabled television in 2013.

For those of you who have been vacationing in seclusion over the past month, Siri is part of Apple’s newest iPhone offering, allowing you to operate your iPhone with voice commands.  According to these reports, you’ll soon be able to just talk to your TV set, and it will respond to your commands. 

(Hopefully it’ll be easier than programming VCRs…)

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