Forget the iPad...Apple could launch massive high-definition television
Technology giants Apple could start selling ultra-high definition televisions with huge 65-inch screens, according to reports.
The firm could soon join a host of big-name rival brands - such as Samsung - in the home television marketplace, if recent reports are to be believed.
That could include so-called 'ultra-high definition' models between 55 and 65-inches in diameter, and boasting resolutions many times greater than the current crop.
But, despite a cryptic tag-line, the contents of the event probably won't be that surprising.
With the launch being referred to by most of the tech media as “the Apple iPad event” it's a fairly safe bet to say that we can expect two new iPads: an iPad 5 and a second generation iPad mini.
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