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Apple tablet "in full production", yet to be revealed

By Matthew ยท 5 replies
Jan 15, 2010
  1. According to AVI Securities analyst Matt Thornton, Apple's tablet device is now "in full production". Some reportedly expected assembly to begin in late 2009, causing a couple of suppliers to perform worse than anticipated in December. Annual shipments of the tablet could reach 10 million units -- which might explain Apple's increased NAND requirements.

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  2. 9Nails

    9Nails TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,212   +174

    Stopped reading after the part where it said Apple.

    I'm not sure what's up with the technolust for this Area-51 thing from Apple that we all know exists, but they won't admit to it. The iPhone rocks, and a Macbook Pro is pretty sweet. I'm not sure why I want something in-between these. I just see this tablet as one of those foldable bikes from the 80's. Neat idea, but I don't know a single person who prefers them.
  3. Rock4MUSIC

    Rock4MUSIC TS Rookie

    Apple cost a arm and a leg .... they make me hate there products due to there prices (i own a ipod btw lol)
  4. Apple ROI is the best in the business. An OS that kick Windows butt and comes FREE with every machine in its one and only ULTIMATE edition, elegant and roadworthy design, useful features, performance, stability, and support all make the investment more than pay for itself.

    Sometime you get what you pay for.

    Apple have had one successful product after the other in a business saturated in copy-cats over the last few years. That's why when Apple introduces a new product, only a fool wouldn't listen.
  5. RealXboxMaster

    RealXboxMaster TS Rookie Posts: 139

  6. I think the long term applications of this device will turn out to be far more useful in the arenas of education and medicine and perhaps to a lesser extent, retail.

    As a general consumer item....not sure.

    Then again, the critics said the iphone wouldn't catch on :).........so who knows?
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