Piper Jaffray analyst is still expecting Apple to release its own HD television, but now he's saying it'll come in November 2013. He previously predicted a December 2012 launch, but so far Apple has been quiet on its plans -- or lack thereof -- for a television.
Mr. Munster expects Apple's television to be available in sizes ranging from 42-inches up to 55-inches with price points around US$1,500 and $2,000, according to BusinessInsider.
He also expects Apple will introduce an updated iPad mini in March with a Retina Display, and also unveil an iTunes radio product, along with an updated AppleTV that supports third-party apps like the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Come June, he predicts Apple will introduce a Retina Display MacBook Air, and show off iOS 7 and an updated OS X during WWDC.
September, according to Mr. Munster will usher in a modestly updated iPhone 5S, a spec bump for the iPad mini, and a redesigned iPad that matches the look of the iPhone 5 and iPad mini.
Mr. Munster has been championing an Apple-branded television for some time. Last February he told investors Apple was looking for parts for its television product and suggested that the TV would include built-in Netflix streaming support, iTunes Store support, and Siri voice control.
Mr. Munster isn't saying why he now expects the long-rumored Apple television to arrive next November.
Apple is currently trading at $559.68, down 6.05 (1.07%).