Thursday, October 1, 2009

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.

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