A few days before the start of the Worldwide Developers Conference 2015, the NYTimes.com Today “knocked down” a rumor that was taken for granted. According to them, * in * we will see a new Apple TV arriving at that event.
According to the website, Apple was already determined since mid-May to present the new product at WWDC but ended up postponing the plans because it does not consider that this is the moment. If the NYTimes.com are right, the withdrawal may have to do with the fact that Apple has yet to sign agreements for its alleged new streaming of videos intended set-top box.
Even without this ready service, personally I believed that it would still be worth launching the new hardware even more considering that the current one has more than three years of life. Rumors of the late arrival of an SDK for Apple TV, coupled with a possible improved remote control for it, would be enough to please many people.
In one way or another, we’ll be aligning our expectations for the next Monday’s keynote
Update · 06/03/2015 s 17:58
THE Re / code corroborates the information, citing own sources.