Brian Lam of Gizmodo shows us a brief video walkthrough of YouTube running on Apple TV. Not many movies are available (around 10,000 will be ready by the 29th of June for iPhone) but by fall, everything will be encoded for AppleTV and the Apple iPhone
Please enjoy some pics of the dissected Apple TV. Some dudes at TechRestore are dare enough to dissect the Apple TV. Check the photo gallery after the break that contains some dissection pictures of the device.
Here are some pics of the Apple TV’s packaging and unboxing. It seems that the device comes without video or audio cables, so you need to purchase them separately for $20-40, depending on the configuration of your home AV system. Gallery after the jump!
Monster Cable has released a new lineup of high-performance cables designed for the Apple TV. The new lineup include Monster iTV Component Video Cable, Monster iTV Fiber Optic Cable, Monster iTV HDMI Cable, and Monster iTV Analog Audio Cable. These cables feature 24k gold contacts, full-coverage shielding, and Duraflex protective jackets. You can buy them now at Monster Cable.
Via Monster Cable
Good news for the customers who pre-ordered the Apple TV steaming media device. They began receiving shipment notifications earlier today. Most of them will receive their Apple TV by Friday. In case you didn’t know, the Apple TV was originally announced under the iTV codename in September 2006. It was officially introduced at Macworld Expo in January.
Via Apple and iLounge
Computer and entertainment devices maker Apple Inc. confirmed today that the company will release the Apple TV in March 20 with the fastest delivery option resulting in a March 23 arrival. FYI, Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the Apple TV under the code name iTV in September last year. Apple Inc. has been accepting pre-orders for the gadget since Macworld Expo in January.
Via iLounge and Reuters