Apple iSlate (Tablet PC) coming in this January ?

Posted: January 2, 2010 in All Categories, Apps, Firmware, hardware, Software, Tech Encore, User Interface Design
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New Year is on the door and Yesterday I tweeted on “Google’s much-anticipated new phone, the HTC-designed Nexus One, could make its debut 2nd week of Jan.” for all Apple fans here is a good news for you, I know much of you wouldn’t even be aware of it, yes its the iSlate a.k.a Apple Tablet PC is all set of release by the coming months this 2010. I am just providing a exclusive sneek peek on the feature and rumors that are going in the tech industry on this in this week blog. First take a look at how the Apple iSlate looks like, I think it’s more of an IPhone but the difference should be you cannot put it in to your pocket 🙂 (think as a King size iPhone)




It is reportedly rumoured that Apple is holding a media event in San Francisco on January 26 at the Yerba Buena Arts Center, the same place where Apple chief executive Steve Jobs showed off new iPods , where the company is expected to make a major product announcement.

I have heard that the Apple tablet will offer a 9.7-inch screen and sell for $800, or maybe a 6-inch screen, and will sell for under $700 and also heard it will feature a 10.1-inch screen and retail for a cool $1000. As if that’s not enough, there’s a 7-inch model (price unspecified) in addition to the 10-inch tablet. The tablet will either run OS X or something like the iPhone OS. It will play HD video, read e-books, and save the newspaper industry. With all due respect, I’d expect any other tablet to do the same. Though this is a complete touch screen tablet, a tablet with a multi-touch feature: It may sound new to the tablet industry, but for the users? Of course this is expected. It wouldn’t be the image and likeness of the iPhone without a multitouch feat, wouldn’t it? Looks like the US Design Patent No. D504,899 is one for the Apple history books to add this up, also Apple had acquired, other pieces to the puzzle seemed to fall into place soon or later.

We are all not sure how Microsoft is going to feel about this, but perhaps the heated competition will spur sales of PC tablet devices from their current, sluggish pace. At least one thing’s for sure: once this device comes out, tablet devices are officially in. Here is video on how the navigation on the new Apple tablet will look like and also check out if you need more videos collections and patents on this:


  1. Durbe says:

    Love this Tablet from Apple, nice info,,

  2. Thank you for your great post. I also must say that your blog design is top notch. Keep up the great work.

  3. filekaren_2111 says:

    I am a big fan of apple, just waiting for islate to come into market…

  4. Nyla Delgato says:

    I like your writing style thanks for the info -cheers-

  5. faizanfarhat says:

    I will be attending the the Apple conference on the last week of jan, hope to see it getting tuned…

  6. With the lack of innovation from the recent iPhone, i will not be rushing out to buy the first release. I’m gonna wait for the second variation and and also for the price to drop. Knowing the history of Apple that won’t be too long. I’d luv to know many people had buyers remorse after rushing to purchase the first edition

  7. Ravi says:

    @Columbus Mccain..

    I was recently reading one post on CNN tech very contradicting, check the link below –>

    (Some fanatics say they will buy any new product Apple puts out — no matter what it is, or what it costs.)

  8. Apple’s a company I’ve enjoyed for some time, they produce technology that is aesthetically beautiful while working like a champ. Alot of companies aren’t able to say that, it’s typically one or the other. Companies don’t usually take aesthetics seriously like Apple. With that said I’ve got to say that I’m very excited about the upcoming iSlate. One thing I question though, is it too soon? I think that this may be ahead of its time. What do you think?

  9. Ravi says:

    That’s a true fact Brooke, by the wayz as the orginal date posted in my blog here, Apple CEO Steve Jobs lifts finally veiled on the iPad, a “magical” tablet-like device that starts at $499 and will begin shipping in two months. Here is what folks think “10 things missing from the iPad””

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