Posts Tagged ‘Apple Tablet Specifications’

Everyone is anxious waiting to know all about the eagerly awaited Apple Tablet device aka iSlate/iPad/iTablet. It is highly expected to be announced at the Apple media event on 27th January 2009 in San Francisco. Previously, a number of ‘supposedly’ leaked photos and videos of iSlate caught our attention. The designer turned blogger Dustin Curtis has uploaded pictures of Apple Tablet on a Macbook Pro which can be seen in the images below.

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While everyone these days is wondering what Steve Jobs has up its sleeves to show the world next Wednesday, Frog Design has unearthed some early prototypes from their archives that designers of this company had created for a young Steve Jobs back in the early 80s. It is extremely interesting to compare “Bashful”, the Tablet of yesterdays with the Apple Tablet of Tomorrow.

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According to this report from Clayton Morris of Fox News, we’ll see Apple Tablet, the next-gen iPhone software dubbed as “iPhone 4”, and iLife 2010 next week at the special Apple event in San Francisco. The next-generation iPhone 4G however wont be the part of the event. Clayton, who talked to a source at Apple this morning confirms that the January 27th event will mainly focus around these three products.

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Here we go again. Another day, another concept video of the upcoming Apple iTablet/iSlate surfaces in the wild. Obviously this isn’t the real deal, just another *fake* mockup by a French site named BeGeek.fr. Thought I would just share it with you all to see the concept of an OS, which is a mixture of OS X and iPhone OS in action. Video after the jump.

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PhoneArena has managed to grab leaked documents of the upcoming Apple tablet via an anonymous tipster, which reveals the detailed specifications of the said device. While the authenticity of the document is in question, what is more interesting is the fact that it will be running on top of Intel Core 2 Duo processor, will feature projection capabilities, and will be powered by OS X 10.7 “Clouded Leopard”.

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