Source: On Apple, MacObserver.
In our previous post, we suggested that Apple's HDTV won't be a TV at all. If anything, it will only be an Airplay-ready display. Oh, it'll be HD but it'll likely lack even a TV tuner. For that, you'll have to pay extra for an accessory, likely, from a third party.
Apparently, others agree. I'm glad that Forrester is turning to the corner to this idea. And more and more, I think this is also what Steve Jobs said when he told his biographer that he cracked the TV conundrum. Don't make a TV. It's that simple.
This is also supported by folks who have "seen" the Apple display as a giant Thunderbolt display. This Apple HD Display will serve as the center of all living activities while Apple's iOS devices serve as conduits through which content flows.
And if you want extras like paid TV subscription like cable, Netflix, or iTunes content, you just have to pay extra for this. All apps can be mirrored onto the screen. Perhaps this is why we may never see an app store for the Apple TV.
Forrester, I like the way you think. However, I disagree with you that the display will have touch sensitive. It makes no sense. Other than that, I think you're right on the money.