Here comes few Doubts:-
- Outside of the iOS platform (iPhone and iPad), Apple isn’t known as a gaming company.
- A TV with a built-in voice and motion controller and a games console? How much is this thing going to retail for exactly?
- The games console market is tightly stitched up by Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo. Breaking into this new market would be extremely difficult.
- Valve does have a portfolio of Mac games, but not enough to create a new ecosystem for a games console.
- Apart from branding, what differentiates an Apple games experience from PC/Mac/Xbox 360/PS3?
- Wouldn’t it make more sense for Apple to bring iOS games into the living room through an updated Apple TV set top box? There’s a massive ecosystem of games here ready to exploit, along with a healthy developer base.
- That said, folks who own an iPhone/iPad and an Apple TV device can use AirPlay to put games on any HDMI-enabled TV without the need for an Apple-branded TV or an Apple-branded games console. Where does a console fit into the picture?
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