News out from BusinessWeek reports that Apple and McGraw-Hill have been in discussions for a while to bring e-textbooks to Apple's new tablet device.
The Apple Tablet front facing camera is a big debate right now. Could the device have two cameras? One on the back and one on the front? I can't see much of a use for a camera on the back, and it would also take away from the iPhone. However, a camera on the front seems so logical!
The Wall Street Journal said in an article
Recent news out of Fox indicates that Apple is in last minute discussions with AT&T and Verizon to provide wireless service for the future Apple Tablet. This could mean there will be two different hardware models, one for each network. Verizon's version of the Apple Tablet would run require CDMA support while AT&T would need to support GSM (Like the current iPhone)
We fully expect the tablet to have built in...
Here are some of the latest specs we believe the iSlate will have.
- The core of the application processor is said to be ARM Cortex (8), which Apple licensed from Samsung.
- Apple is enhancing the core processor with the help of design team from PA Semi, a company Apple bought for roughly $278 million in 2008. Apple has focused on enhancing video and graphic capabilities of the...
An article out from TheStreet.com declares that Verizon Wireless will be offering the new Apple Tablet. A Report claims that Qualcomm has been selected as one of the chip manufacturers.
Analyst estimate that Verizon could subsidize $200 of the Tabletâ€™s price by requiring a two-year data service plan. With out the subsidy, the same Analyst expect a price tag of $799.
More details leak from Apple Insider about the new Tablet.
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