Apple TV launch stalled

Apple TV didn't make its intended launch timeframe of February 2007, but will be pushed back a few weeks to "mid-March," according to Apple, which did not disclose the reasons for the stall. The original guidance for the product's launch during its first introduction last fall was Q1 2007, so it looks like they company will still make good on that promise. Those looking to pick up an Apple TV unit later this month should take the time now to pick up extra A/V cables, since the unit does not include them. The exclusion of necessary wires hit the blogosphere like a ton of bricks, but in this day of iPod accessory selling, it should be expected.

For more on Apple TV's stalled launch:
- see this report from CNET

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