In anticipation of the January 27th Apple event which everyone assumes will bring the fabled tablet to reality at long last, one iPhone developer has created a couple of awesome mockups showing off what it might be capable of.
CES 2010 is underway, which means that consumer electronics manufacturers are bringing out their best & brightest to put on display. Among them are mobile processor company ARM, the folks behind the engine running Apple’s iPhone, Google’s new Nexus One and others.
Sorry, Apple tablet watchers: Looks like you have another 24 hours of torture to contend with this month, as widespread rumors across the Internet today are crooning that Apple’s “major” product announcement presumed to be on Tuesday, January 26 will now fall one day later instead.
Unless you’ve been living in a cave somewhere without access to the Internet, you’ve probably seen or heard something about a new tablet computer that Apple is rumored to be cooking up. But what you may not know is how it might change your life.
Does anyone else remember the flurry of pre-iPhone rumors back at the end of 2006? Here we are three years later, and history almost seems to be repeating itself with a veritable onslaught of rumors surrounding Apple’s fabled tablet computer.
Today, word is out that Cupertino is already placing orders for 10-inch tablet displays and glass panels.
Adobe is actively wooing publishers to adopt their Flash-based technology for the new digital magazine and newspaper formats, but will it be a standard if Apple’s mythical tablet doesn’t want to play along?