There is little chance that Apple will compete in the field of televisions, however, Samsung is already preparing the way just in case and they say they are clear that Apple will not be able to with them if it dares to challenge them. Samsung’s AV product manager Chris Moseley stated in an interview published by pocket-lint.com: “We haven’t seen what Apple has done, but what I can say is that they don’t have 10,000 people in I + D in the vision category. They don’t have the best scaling engine in the world and they don’t have the image quality that has won the most awards. “
The key is image quality
On whether the user interface or the operation of the Apple TV could make a difference, he has not declared himself concerned: “What defines a television is the quality of the image. How smart they are … that’s fine, but let’s be realistic that’s a secondary consideration. “
Curiously, what this executive seems to forget is that the iPad, iPhone and Macintosh use the best screens in their categories and that in the case of the iPhone, Retina technology marks an important difference with respect to other products.