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  • Iconic French Designer Says Apple to Release Revolutionary Product


    Apple is on the verge of releasing a "revolutionary product." That's according to legendary French designer Phillippe Starck, who claims to be in possession of knowledge about major developments inside the secretive design labs of Cupertino, California.

    Confessing his finds on a radio interview with France Info, Starck maintains that Apple's next major product release will be a groundbreaking one. And it doesn't sound like he's referring to a product upgrade. Instead, we may be looking at Apple's foray into an entirely new product category.

    "Indeed, there is a big project together which will be out in eight months," Starck dished this week, giving scarce details other than to say that which will be revealed is "quite revolutionary." Naturally, many believe the revelation pertains to Apple's allegedly forthcoming iTV.

    Starck said he routinely met one-on-one with Steve Jobs at his home in the months before his passing last fall. He claims that he now meets with Steve's surviving wife, Laurene Powell, whenever he travels to California.

    Source: HardMac
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Iconic French Designer Says Apple to Release Revolutionary Product started by Michael Essany View original post
    Comments 12 Comments
    1. bigboyz's Avatar
      bigboyz -
      Wow! The only "rumored" new Apple technology is the iTV..I wonder if it will actually drop this year? What will be the price point? I'm sure we'll all be wowed. I saw a commercial for Samsung I believe..touting there voice operated Televisions. That is a good tell tail sign of things to come. Apple will make it better I'm sure. I'm very excited to see Siri operated TV's..no more remote controls needed. No more "i can't find my remote" "the dog ate my remote" "the remote was in the couch cushions" haha! Beyond that its just exciting new tech that i HAVE TO HAVE haha..excited!!
    1. Tashawn's Avatar
      Tashawn -
      Apple is taking over.
    1. Rich.'s Avatar
      Rich. -
      iGlasses. Then they will sue Google for copying their ideas.
    1. unison999's Avatar
      unison999 -
      I too think it is Apple TV...

      Quote Originally Posted by Rich. View Post
      iGlasses. Then they will sue Google for copying their ideas.
      If Google do their work right with this, it may obsolete Apple's new TV.
    1. BhadKarma's Avatar
      BhadKarma -
      Quote Originally Posted by unison999 View Post
      I too think it is Apple TV...



      If Google do their work right with this, it may obsolete Apple's new TV.
      Just think of they teamed
      Up ... But both are going to be wicked ideas.
    1. Tucnepo's Avatar
      Tucnepo -
      Quote Originally Posted by BhadKarma View Post
      Just think of they teamed
      Up ... But both are going to be wicked ideas.
      Two giants teamed up the only ones not benefitting from this are us end-users. The more competition the better the way I see it
    1. scroogelives's Avatar
      scroogelives -
      I was going to claim this tomorrow oh we'll I better think of something else! Oh well back to the drawing board lol
    1. Zokunei's Avatar
      Zokunei -
      iTV wouldn't be revolutionary though, even if it turned your TV into a full computer.
    1. machine.gun.kisses's Avatar
      machine.gun.kisses -
      What iCydia !?
    1. Kenn@rd.'s Avatar
      Kenn@rd. -
      Quote Originally Posted by Tashawn View Post
      Apple is taking over.
      Has taken.

      Quote Originally Posted by Kenn@rd. View Post
      Has taken.
      We don't need anymore monitors, I want my 55' Siri operated computer-television?
    1. s0ulp1xel's Avatar
      s0ulp1xel -
      Apple's TV with built in AppleTV software.
    1. quidam_brujah's Avatar
      quidam_brujah -
      Quote Originally Posted by Tucnepo View Post
      Two giants teamed up the only ones not benefitting from this are us end-users. The more competition the better the way I see it
      +1