50 Apple tablets found on the internet are really iPhones?2
Flurry claims that its work shows the devices running a unreleased version of the iPhone OS, 3.2. Current iPhones run 3.1.2. According to Wired's Gadget Lab, this is where Flurry's argument comes up short because in their opinion, the tablet will run some new, modified version called something like "iSlateOS'. Furthermore, the apps for the tablet are expected to be tweaked versions of what is available for the iPhone, so they wouldn't necessarily show up on Flurry's analytics. The bottom line, says Wired, is that what Flurry might be tracking is testing of a fourth generation iPhone and even that assessment would require some leaps of logic.
source: Flurry via Wired