This Sept. 9, 2015, file photo shows the new Apple TV during a product display following an Apple event in San Francisco. Les Moonves, CEO of CBS, whose networks would likely be a critical part of any Apple television package, said last week that Apple has pushed the pause button. That’s something the company has reportedly done repeatedly since it first set its sights on the TV industry nearly a decade ago.
This Sept. 9, 2015, file photo shows the new Apple TV during a product display following an Apple event in San Francisco. Les Moonves, CEO of CBS, whose networks would likely be a critical part of any Apple television package, said last week that Apple has pushed the pause button. That’s something the company has reportedly done repeatedly since it first set its sights on the TV industry nearly a decade ago. Eric Risberg Associated Press
This Sept. 9, 2015, file photo shows the new Apple TV during a product display following an Apple event in San Francisco. Les Moonves, CEO of CBS, whose networks would likely be a critical part of any Apple television package, said last week that Apple has pushed the pause button. That’s something the company has reportedly done repeatedly since it first set its sights on the TV industry nearly a decade ago. Eric Risberg Associated Press

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