WSJ: Apple Tablet to ship in March
Wall Street pencil pusher Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray says that he expects the tablet to cost $600, debut in March (agreeing with the Journal) and expects Apple to sell 1.4 million units in the first 9 months. This compares with our recent story on former Google China president Kai-fu Lee who said that Apple was producing 10 million units in the first year, expecting that many to be sold in the first 52 weeks.
AppleInsider is reporting that its tipsters have told the site that in addition to the iSlate being introduced on the 27th, the 4.0 build of the iPhone software developers kit will be released and would allow developers to build apps for the device with the larger screen.
source: WSJ via AppleInsider
1. SamTime posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:44 0 0
I'm pretty excited for the iSlate. I can't wait to see what that tactile feedback is all about.
2. Illyich posted on 05 Jan 2010, 10:50 0 0
I honestly probably will not actually fork out the money for one of these, but I'm really excited to see where this is heading.
3. *HOVA* posted on 05 Jan 2010, 12:57 0 0
I'll be glad when it finally comes out so I can stop hearing all the rumors.
4. Rhetoric posted on 05 Jan 2010, 13:50 0 0
Oh, i didn't know that AppleInsider was pronounced PhoneArena, i guess it's kinda like Raymond Luxury Yacht is pronounced Throat Warbler Mangrove. Good that we're kept apraised of all Apples' goings on, just like we are Samsung, and LG and Sony ...oh yes, we aren't.