Did Best Buy Just Leak Details of Apple's iTV? (BBY) (AAPL) (NFLX)

February 6, 2012 12:09 PM EST
Best Buy (NYSE: BBY) may be in trouble with Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) after purportedly leaking details of the still rumored Apple TV, or iTV as it is being called.

In a customer survey, Best Buy gives some pretty specific details of a 42-Inch "Apple HDTV" which will be sold at stores for $1499.

Here are the details listed in the survey:

  • 42" 1080p LED flat panel display
  • Incorporates Apple's operating system (iOS) found in its current Apple TV set top box which allows you to purchase and stream movies and other entertainment from the Internet.
  • Download and use apps from the App Store. Can you imagine palying Angry Birds on a big screen in your living room?
  • Supports Apple's new iCloud service for storing your movies, TV shows, and music content that you've purchased from iTunes and beam them to your Apple HDTV
  • Use your iPad or iPhone as a remote control, and do everything from controlling your TV, to purchasing new shows and swapping content between your Apple devices and the iCloud service.
  • Built-in convenience with built in iSight camera and microphone for Skype
  • In addition to iTunes, stream content from popular sites such as Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX), YouTube, and flickr.
  • Available for $1499

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Chad on 2012-02-06 17:31:24
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It's a less capable Xbox that costs $1499?

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