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.