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Apple’s TV industry embrace was an inevitable surprise

[2019-01-10 17:38:54]

The biggest surprise of CES this year came from Apple, a company that didn’t give a keynote speech, didn’t have a booth on the show floor, but nevertheless dominates the show year after year from afar. A bunch of TVs from Samsung, LG, Sony, and Vizio will support AirPlay 2. It was a surprise because none of the announcements leaked, sure, but it was also a surprise because it ran completely counter to the way things usually go at CES. It also ran counter to the way things usually go with Apple. But even though nobody seemed to see it coming, it was also — at least, in retrospect — inevitable. Here’s how things usually go at CES: a ton of consumer electronics companies make hundreds of announcements, we sift through them all to find the...

Apple’s TV industry embrace was an inevitable surprise


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