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Topic - Aryunachalam
You have an Apple iPhone, and you have a flat-panel TV, a home sound system perhaps and certainly a cable/satellite box with a digital video recorder, or DVR. Maybe you also own a Roku player or an Apple TV to stream additional video content to the aforementioned TV.
Mr. Aryunachalam asserts that two soon-coming tweaks: the ability to establish an unlimited number of "favorite" channels — one or two taps on the iPhone screen and you're there; and a way to search via channel number.