The year 2009 can rightly be dubbed as the year of Netbooks. Almost every company from the technology world launched its own brand of Netbook into the world computer markets. The year 2010, on the other hand, started altogether on a different pace. Right at the break of the year, on 27th of the first month, Apple welcomed the new year with its mysterious product, iPad. This unique product, Apple Tablet was already talk of the town for last few months. After the unveiling of iPad, we now see a flood of rumors that are breaking out about various brands of Tablet every other day. Among these, HP Slate of Microsoft and Tablet from Google are the hottest in the rumor world. Year 2010, no doubt, will be the year of Tablets.
Sources close to ModMyI have confirmed that the newly announced iPad will be soon available for Pre-Order. This news bit comes from a close contact of the mentioned source, who seems to be working at either Apple, or a partner store gearing up for the launch of one of the most hyped product from Apple in the recent times.
As you might have already know by now that Steve Jobs today took the stage at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco where he unveiled a new product called iPad. For those of you who don't know, iPad is an all new tablet/slate like device that will run all of your existing iPhone Apps and Games on a a 9.7 inches IPS capacitive multitouch display. It is powered by 1Ghz processor and comes in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB flash sizes.
Overwhelmed with joy and success, Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the much talked about device, the iPad, in front of the appreciative audience who were already at fever pitch at the event held at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. Steve Jobs took the stage promptly at 10:00 AM this morning and received thunderous applause from the crowd for what he claims to be the most important thing he has ever done in his life.
We have been extensively covering Apple’s upcoming event at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts 701 Mission Street, in San Francisco, where they are all set to unveil a “major” product (most probably the iSlate/iPad/iTablet) on January 27th. With now less than 24 hours to go, The Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco is getting ready to discover Apple’s “latest creation”.
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.
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.
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.
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.
It is now confirmed. Apple has just sent out loads of invites via email for the long rumored special event, which is now scheduled to be held at 10 AM PST on January 27th, at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater in San Francisco.