So my Xbox just RRoD'd, and after a really crappy support experience, I've decided not to buy another one. Ever. I've been talking to various people about the possibility of apps on the Apple TV, and whether they think it'll happen. Unfortunately, the responses I've heard range from "not anytime soon" to "not at all." I'd like to hear the community's opinions on why they think the Apple TV will/will not get support for apps. My reasoning supporting the theory that Apple TV will soon support apps: A. Apple TV sales thus far haven't really been much less dismal than always. It still doesn't really do anything new or exciting. B. It runs iOS. The only benefit this gives it that the old ATV was lacking is a good platform for app support. C. There are rumors going around that the new Apple TV will feature an A5 processor. Apple has always showcased the A5 as more power good for gaming. Seems like this would be the main reason for an A5 in the ATV as well. Furthermore, it's unlike Apple to upgrade hardware without some new software feature(s) to take advantage of it. D. At $99, the Apple TV would have a serious advantage over other consoles if Apple decided to compete in this arena. E. So far iOS 5 for Apple TV is pretty boring. Photo Stream and AirPlay mirroring? There's gotta be "one more thing." (and it would be logical to announce this with a new, A5-powered Apple TV) F. Apple seems to be good at giving the users what they want lately. Copy and paste was the biggest demand for iOS 3, multitasking for iOS 4, and notifications for iOS 5. Pretty sure apps are the biggest request for the Apple TV at this point. Once again, I'd like to hear everyone else's thoughts. Will the Apple TV get app support now, later, or never?