Want an Apple TV? Tune In Next Month
Anybody looking to try out the Apple TV media receiver--the wireless gadget from Apple designed to bring your digital music, photos and videos to your television--will have to wait a little longer.
Although the company had said this $299 device would ship in February, spokeswoman Teresa Brewer confirmed reports of a delay. She wrote in an e-mail that "wrapping up Apple TV is taking a few weeks longer than we projected, and we now expect to begin shipments mid-March."
Here's the interesting thing about this delay: It means that after all the splashy product introductions at January's Macworld Expo show , the company will have shipped only one new product , the AirPort Extreme wireless router, in the two months since then. That's a major turnaround from Apple's recent history of rushing high-profile items like the iPod shuffle, the Intel-based iMac and the iLife multimedia suite into stores within weeks--or sometimes minutes--of their unveiling on stage in San Francisco's Moscone Center.
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