Munster: Apple Television Coming in November 2013

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.

Apple's television coming next November, according to Gene MunsterMr. 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%).