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Dan Moren for Macworld
September 18, 2015 11:43 AM PT
For years, Apple CEO Tim Cook—and his predecessor, the late Steve Jobs—emphasized that the Apple TV simply was just a hobby, and not one of the main “legs of the stool,” the product lines that supported Apple as a company. But that all changed last week, when the Apple TV found itself sandwiched between two of Apple’s biggest products, the iPhone and the iPad, during the company’s latest keynote presentation.
So the Apple TV’s big time now, but what exactly does that mean for our favorite little black box?