Posts Tagged ‘Apple Tablet Specs’

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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Next Wednesday, Apple in its mega event will raise curtains and release its highly anticipated device dubbed as iTablet/iPad or iSlate. According to the sources at Apple Insider, the device will sport that familiar look and feel of the original iPhone which was released back in 2007. It will also have lot many similarities staring from the industrial design down to the handset button and other connectivity components.

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According to the latest round of rumors from TheStreet, Apple will be selling its upcoming iTablet/iSlate/iPad device on a subsidized plan through Verizon Wireless in US. This news comes after confirmed reports which states that Apple has chosen Qualcomm’s wireless chips in its Tablet – which ultimately means that the said device is headed to Verizon instead of their iPhone partner AT&T.

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These days, a lot of rumors surrounding Apple iTablet/iSlate like device are flying around in the air. Most of these rumors are centered around its name, features and launch date. And now according to a news story published by CNET, an analyst at AVI Securities has disclosed that the production of Apple’s upcoming Tablet device is in full swing. A research note also stated that the increase in requirement for “NAND” flash chips by Apple is probably due to the production requirements of this Tablet.

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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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