Tuesday, October 27, 2009

This is the original Apple iTablet iPhone SIM tray 4G?

Apple iTablet (Slate) rumors could become a reality next year looks like. Check the drain pan card. Very iPhone SIM tray, but looks similar. IPhone 4G or just a hoax profitable tray or drawer you? China is a site that the original iPhone SIM Tray ChinaOnTrade purchased by OEM iTablet Apple 4G and priced as $ 14.05. This SIM card tray tray larger than the current iPhone and also a large hole 3GS curvature radius is small sample SIM.

Another interesting remark was made by Bill Keller, executive editor at the New York Times.

While speaking at a meeting with the Times’ digital staff, he talked about Apple Slate:

“I’m hoping we can get the newsroom more actively involved in the challenge of delivering our best journalism in the form of Times Reader, iPhone apps, WAP, or the impending Apple slate, or whatever comes after that.”


Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Apple Event: Steve Jobs does not give an indication of iTablet

I'm very skeptical about the constant rumors about the imminent arrival of an Apple tablet, or "iTablet" as voice merchants call. I suspect that the device is present and not just because we are nearing completion, as unofficial led to the adoption.

More and more I feel that the experiences are propelled iTablet entry into the market and see what falls. So far, what has pleased the Microsoft Courier was renovated into a beautiful research units, and many speculate that the tablet will be on the mobile device of choice for the foreseeable future.

Apple Sell their brand not their products
The release date is set for the iTablet almost certainly already in the memory of the iPhone Steve Jobs. Why all the poses, though? Apple rises on the back of the brand is not as innovative. Apple did not invent the computer, doing cool the PC. He did not have to invent the MP3 player available from Apple, pleasure and removed 3 layers of awesome. The iPod is to MP3 players, which is the white tip-ex. The No iPhone, it did not invent the iPod-friendly software for the smartphone and the fact that the BlackBerry is not usual, and pulled on the smartphone geeks and makes a fashion accessory, a key component of the point of all modernism of movable type.

If not now then when?
My opinion Apple is waiting for the opening salvos, I definitely think their iTablet launch date is more likely next year this time than next month this time and that when the iTablet is released it will be the best in tablet in class without being most innovative in class. You can do that when you have a brand like Apple.


An iTablet could rewrite the book on publication?

Based on an Apple iTablet comes a day - and high expectations that they - that could have great potential as an e-reader. But something in the league as the Kindle or Sony Reader is "think small. When the surface is not iTablet, it could usher in a completely new type of textual support.

The latest version of Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) More from Apple Tablet iTablet voice is not the hardware specifications of what is known, but the idea that Apple, with secret negotiations with publishers of newspapers and textbooks. The conversation led to another question: Is there an edition change Apple iTablet forever?

Yes. Yes, it will.

That's the short answer. But there's more to it, of course.

Back Up the Truck

Apple is in talks with publishers to negotiate the contents of a device of "new," he said, citing anonymous sources gadget blog Gizmodo. Moreover, it appears that Apple has invited the leaders of various groups from a magazine of large sizes up to Cupertino to take on the future of publishing the magazine. Blanks, Brian Lam Gizmodo writes: "I am new to print.

What is the definition again? In principle, multi-book, instead of simple text-based e-books, magazines, non-multimedia, rather than print journals, lush and rich electronic content, tight and stripped the content, you can now get iPhone or iPod . Whatever. This stuff is clearly established. Any iTablet also works with the Apple iPhone ecosystem Developer Thus, wherever it is relevant to the content, or content related to applications for someone to build something.

One of the early offerings out of the gate in the evolution of the iPhone is Stephen King's excellent "N." animated short story. Apple's iTunes calls it a "TV Show," but it's not really a TV show. Even though it has audio and graphic and comes in episodes, it's really a short story, at its heart. The point: Five years ago, King's "N." would have simply been published in print somewhere, maybe a magazine, maybe online, and probably in some compilation book. Entirely text-based. Today, it's a whole 'nother experience, and "N." is more than a year old.

More recently, this sort of thing has evolved from a TV show video production on iTunes to apps in the App Store on iTunes. We've got "The Tale of Peter Rabbit," which brings the story to life. It's released as a "Book" with a new trademark for "Moving Audio," which appears to be what the publisher is calling its new animated storybook style.

Here's another example: Dan Brown's The Lost symbol is available as an audio book as a new form of an application on the iTunes Store. You can use the application, the book, the text search, read, notes, etc. Not exactly revolutionary, either. The trick: The book is available in several formats. There are only a few years was in print and audio. Some years ago, only able to print.

Publishing is already evolving, and it's only going to become more rapid when there's powerful devices to deliver the content.

Like an iTablet.

What's Apple have?
Apple has the best content generation and distribution model already built. Millions of iPhone and iPod touch owners are already using it, and using it frequently.

If you have an excellent multi-purpose device, add the powerful and flexible, and publishers will find ways to create content for it. We have already seen, the traditional publishers to make special requests for the App Store: The New York Times reader application dedicated, as the Wall Street Journal and The Associated Press. All are very useful. In fact, I prefer these three players on my iPhone with me on my MacBook when I'm at my desk with my widescreen 24 inches. Why? Easy access wherever I am.

What About Newspapers?
Part of the joy of the newspaper is a great newspaper printing. Spread on the floor Sunday morning, he stopped and wrinkles in the pages. Very nice. But ineffective. When I get the content of newspapers iTablet on a portable device that I could do. No matter if it was raining, snowing, or if the driver was late.

The fact is, newspapers have been flopping and gasping like fish in a shallow stream for years. Will an iTablet save them? No way. Change how we access newspapers? You bet -- it's just another new avenue.

The Textbook Wild Card
The costs are a problem. The consumer will pay for a smartphone, but what is an iTablet? This is the big question. But as for college students? High school students? Primary school? All have in common, textbooks and textbooks are dated extraordinarily expensive, heavy and too fast. Schools can provide a killer iTablet electronic device for a fraction of the cost - so that publishers would be willing to play ball too. Currently receive, publishers, in line with the market-textbook. With a new distribution model based on the iTunes App Store has to offer and publish textbooks at a lower price (lower distribution costs), and clean the sensitive issue of used books at the same time. You could easily end up with more income

Meanwhile, students would have something more useful -- searchable text, handy-cut-and-paste snippet tools, multimedia, and up-to-date information. Not to mention lighter backpacks.

If elementary schools are already shelling out for MacBooks, might not iTablets be a better idea?


Steve Jobs wants an "iTablet" that's acceptable for something besides Web surfing on the throne

"The high-tech industry has been alive itself into paroxysms of action afresh over an abstraction that is not absolutely new: book computers," Brad Stone and Ashlee Vance address for The New York Times. "Quietly, several high-tech companies are lining up to bear versions of these keyboard-free, touch-screen carriageable machines in the next few months. Industry watchers accept their eye on Apple in accurate to advertise such a accessory by aboriginal next year."

"'[Years ago] software engineers got ahead of the hardware capabilities,' said Paul Jackson, a consumer product analyst at Forrester Research. 'But we may be finally getting to the point where the dreams and aspirations of those designers are actually meeting capable and reasonably priced technology,'" Stone and Vance report. "The iPhone and its imitators have demonstrated that new tactile touch screens work and that people are comfortable with them, in a way they never got accustomed to using earlier tablets and stylus pens."

"The drumbeat of book artefact introductions has already begun... Apple’s accounted book is the a lot of awful advancing of the lot. Analysts apprehend Apple to acquaint it aboriginal next year — a array of expanded, souped-up adaptation of the iPod Touch [sic], priced at about $700," Stone and Vance report.

MacDailyNews Take: At one time, analysts also expected Apple to be out of business within a year. Just sayin'.

Stone and Vance continue, "Colin Smith, an Apple spokesman, beneath to animadversion on the company’s application or artefact plans. But Apple’s book will a lot of acceptable accept little in accepted with the Newton, which was about a claimed agenda assistant. The new crop of tablets is getting beheld as added adjustable — accessories that amalgamate elements of the iPhone, e-book readers like the Kindle and laptops. Apple has been alive on such a Swiss Army knife book back at atomic 2003, according to several above employees. One prototype, developed in 2003, acclimated PowerPC microchips fabricated by I.B.M., which were so power-hungry that they bound drained the battery."

One "former Apple executive who was there at the time said the tablets kept getting shelved at Apple because Mr. Jobs, whose incisive critiques are often memorable, asked, in essence, what they were good for besides surfing the Web in the bathroom," Stone and Vance report. "The success of the iPhone may have partially helped to answer that question. As of last month, developers had created 85,000 applications for the iPhone and iPod Touch — video games, social networking software, restaurant finders and more. Analysts believe that all those programs will immediately work on the new tablet while developers begin to tailor new software for the larger screen."


The iTablet - Not Just For Bathroom Reading!

The New York Times has an commodity out today accoutrement the long, checky history of the Apple tablet. The commodity is mostly a epitomize of the endure few months of rumors and developments, but the Times aswell brought some new advice to the mix. According to Joshua A. Strickland, a former Apple engineer, the Cupertino-based company has been trying to develop a tablet since 2003.

This early tablet used PowerPC microchips that drained the battery far too fast for any consumer use. Strickland also states that the component parts alone cost more than $500. Jobs axed earlier tablet designs because of their short battery life and expense, as well as the fact that he could see no use for them besides bathroom web browsing.

In essence, this is what my editor Luigi has been adage all along. The iTablet isn't traveling to see a barrage until it is added than just a big iPod touch. All of the iTablet rumors we've heard thus far are for a device that is not at all innovative. I can watch high-def movies, browse the Internet, and go seven hours without a charge on my netbook. Why would I want to pay twice as much for a tablet that does the same thing as a gadget I already own?

The Microsoft Courier is a acceptable archetype of the affectionate of addition the iTablet needs to accompany to the table. It's absolutely accessible that Apple's book is something new and exciting, and that all this malarkey about a 'giant iPod touch' is just B.S. fed to us by Apple's rumor farm. I absolutely achievement so. Anything abroad would just be sad.


Friday, October 2, 2009

Apple patents touchscreen interface wasted iTablet?

Patent applications from Apple often show jewelry rush ending in real devices, so that a new patent emerged touch screen to gather some attention. It's for a full-hand touch-sensitive device--basically the iTablet.

The complaint was filed in June, and describes an interface incredibly sophisticated touch control, keyboard and mouse functions in a single device mix. Words by Apple suggests, it is an "unprecedented" hybrid input device "of typing, resting, pointing, scrolling, 3D manipulation, and writing - that the essential features of how to provide interaction with a Tablet advanced PC. It works very intelligent processing for those who want to know what the user so that we can ignore accidental touching of users and to interpret the actions and key combinations.

Apple's current crop of large-size touchpads, which are built into MacBooks, are smart enough to cope with up to four-finger gestures and tap-controls. But the patented device's input touchpad would be able to detect contact from all ten fingertips, main finger parts and palms. It would also be able to cope with different hand sizes, and be able to detect finger gestures while the user's hand is resting on the surface--basically how many of us type (though for good ergonomics, we probably shouldn't).

Apple acknowledges that there are pre-existing designs for combining a keyboard and mouse-pointer actions, but it argues that these are non-optimal--particularly in-keyboard solutions like IBM's weird little mouse-nubbin, which makes the keyboard more complex. Apple's solution seems to be to do away with the concept of a separate physical keyboard and mouse, and use a giant touchpad.

Apple is giving away how users use their legendary iTablet? It is quite possible, because a full touch screen, no keyboard device was much more sophisticated than the touch screen of the iPhone touch screen is full. Check that the patent describes, they are more complex than is presented in detail tablets Microsoft and Courier, in fact, Apple Tablet Concept 1987 - The patent which is the pen and the voice command is not linked to the "dynamic" needs of many users justice. The patent in May, in fact, confirmation of the reality of the iTablet will be taken again.


Thursday, October 1, 2009

iTablet Rumor - Apple iTablet Drawing Nigh, Competitors Left Waiting High and Dry?

The machine stands out for viewing hi-def video content, "said the expert analyst, who requested anonymity. 'It's better the experience of film medium, if the thing you hold in your hands."

And what’s more, competitors know that we know that they know that it’s coming soon:

'It is very close to reaching a final project which is located in Asia, there is no other product in the waiting room or in the bullpen, "said the analyst. "There are tens ODM [original equipment manufacturers] access to products for PC manufacturers Lenovo and others are all waiting to see what is the product of Apple."

So does this mean just as the iCloned iPhones are waning, the iReplicated iTablets are just waiting to launch? We’ll know come September. Or October. Or… January to March 2010!


More iTablet Rumors: Apple Set to Re-define Newspapers, Textbooks, Magazines for iTablet

Yes, the blow iTablet voice, with the latest news from Gizmodo is that Apple is in talks with the publication of traditional print - books, newspapers and magazines for their industries in which to redefine the music (and not TRY) with the video.

Two people have expressed in particular in relation NYTimes me until June, the paper was contacted by Apple to discuss the implementation of the document on a device of "new". [...] A person close to a VP in the book the publisher showed me earlier in the month of July, McGraw Hill, Oberlin and Crafts Travel News with Apple's iTunes Apple has recently .[...] been a number of executives from one of the largest magazine asked their Cupertino campus, where they were to present their ideas at the moment, the future of publishing.


The eventual goal is to have publishers create hybridized content that draws from audio, video, interactive graphics in books, magazines and newspapers, where paper layouts would be static. And with release dates for Microsoft’s Courier set to be quite far away and Kindle stuck with relatively static e-ink, it appears that Apple is moving towards a pole position in distribution of this next-generation print content. First, it’ll get its feet wet with more basic repurposing of the stuff found on dead trees today.

Gizmodo is also said to announce the support in January date. What remains uncertain, of course, the market for the next generation of media. The Kindle has been recently and publicly, the students of Princeton are brandished unusable. Apple will reap the benefits of existing iTunes and iPod ecosystem, and to save time - you can surf the Internet, play music, videos on iTablet - but have a much more viable solution for print dinosaur for the next millennium cyberized.


iTablet to be Announce in January 2010, Launch in Early Summer

Apple could make a 10.7 "multi-touch iTablet with a resolution of 720p, which runs the operating system for the announcement of the iPhone in January and released in May / June 2010. This is just one of iLounge Rumors fallen this morning from sources indicate was on the new iPod nano, iPhone, Chinese iPhone, and accurate accounts.

Like the iPhone and the iPod touch, iLounge’s source claims both a 3G and non-3G version will be available, so users can weigh always-on connectivity vs. another monthly telco bill.

Apple is no stranger to big product announcements in January, but since exiting Macworld, they’re also now free to set their own schedule. Possible delays? Odds of it receiving the official “b’okay” from Steve Jobs in its current form are said to be 80% (after it already being nixed at 7″ for being “too small”). That’s good, but far from certain.

Although far from certain, but it is certainly an interesting approach Microsoft Tablet equal and opposite - the messenger, not focusing on the media, but the recording. Gizmodo has another video up. It reminds us of the terrible stuffed into the future of Bill Gates CES keynotes. Most of it has demonstrated what Bill Gates is not on the market, though. Hopefully the mail will be served.

People are used to phones, they’re used to MP3 players, laptops, desktops, even set top boxes. A decade later, there’s no indication of tablets breaking through into the mainstream, so Apple, Microsoft, and everyone else has their work cut out for them.

We’ll see if the iTablet can tell a compelling enough story, and offer a feature set that sells.