According to various report over the internet Apple rented out the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco for a few days in late January 2010. Does this mean all the recent tablet rumors are correct. Well at the moment it’s impossible to say whether the rumors are true or not. Like always the rumors will be cleared on Apple Event when Mr. Jobs or or Phil Schiller hoists it up on stage. Here we collected links to various internet reports you should take a look.
- Silicon Alley Insider has it from a “plugged-in source in the mobile industry” that Apple will demo their tablet in January, and have asked selected iPhone devs to prepare high-res apps for the occasion.
[Apple has] told select developers that as long as they build their apps to support full screen resolution — rather than a fixed 320×480 — their apps should run just fine
- The Financial Times is reporting that Apple rented out the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco, for a few days in late January 2010.
It is still unclear exactly what an Apple tablet would include, but most observers expect a sort of large-scale iPhone that has additional features for viewing video and reading books and magazines.
- According to the NY Times, a former Apple employee has told them that that “Steve is extremely happy with the new tablet.” & “You will be very surprised how you interact with the new tablet.”
When one of my colleagues here asked if the rumors of the Apple tablet were true, and when we could expect such a device, the response from his source was, “I can’t really say anything, but, let’s just say Steve is extremely happy with the new tablet.”
If Apple is thinking different enough, then Apple Tablet should have a high-resolution screen for ebook reading. A multi touch UI like iPhone, A media player, An Internet-everywhere portal, A portable computer with thousands of cheap but good apps and last but not least a good affordable and reasonable price. If yes then give me good reason to don’t buy iTablet (something like that).