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MLS posted a topic in Mobile NewsApple patent applications tend to cover a broad set of topics, including many research items that never make their way out of the labs. A new one found this morning, however, is more interesting than usual given the recent rumors of an Apple television. The application is titled "Configurable Remote Control" and is detailed by PatentlyApple. In the application, Apple describes the use of the iPhone as a self-configuring universal remote for your home entertainment system. Specifically, they suggest using the iPhone's camera to take a photo of your existing remote, and then comparing that photo to a database of known remotes. Apple acknowledges the iPhone in question would also need IR transmission capabilities. The patent application is dated from 2010. Apple has been widely expected to use voice-recognition in their rumored Apple Television. As with many patent applications, we don't necessarily think this concept will make its way into production. Still, it shows Apple's research interests into home entertainment systems and seems relevant given the ongoing rumors of a Apple TV set. --Source: MacRumors.com Man this is so cool. I have like 3 remotes I have to use on a daily basis, and being able to control everything with my iPhone would be so awesome.
MLS posted a topic in Mobile NewsAs expected, Apple today introduced an updated Apple TV offering support for 1080p video, which is now also available through the iTunes Store. The company is also rolling out an updated interface for the set-top box, with icon-based category buttons and large billboard-style artwork for content. The new Apple TV maintains the same $99 price tag as its predecessor and is available for pre-order today. It launches on March 16th. Apple's iCloud services have also been updated to support 1080p video, allowing users to stream their content to any linked device including the new Apple TV. AllThingsD notes, however, that not all studios are participating in the iCloud video streaming, with Fox and Universal having to hold out due to agreements with HBO. --Source: MacRumors.com I actually might be picking up one of these, I really like the streamlined interface and it'll be nice to be able to use features like AirPlay that I have on my iPhone to beam stuff to my HDTV.