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Apple Announcement,Apple Announcement Live, Apple Tablet Announcement, Apple Tablet Release Date:

January 27, 2010 by USA Post 

Apple Announcement,Apple Announcement Live, Apple Tablet Announcement, Apple Tablet Release DateApple Announcement,Apple Announcement Live, Apple Tablet Announcement, Apple Tablet Release Date: Apple Event Live – Today, January 27, Apple will be officially announcing its latest creation at a special event at the Yerba Buena Centre for the Arts, San Franciso. The Apple announcement will be made by Steve Jobs at 10am, bringing an end to all rumours, guesses and speculations about the launch.

Ever since it was revealed that Apple would be unveiling a new product at its press event on Wednesday, 27th January, the rumors have been flying. According to itpro.co.uk, this is when Apple is expected to unveil its new tablet-style device.

There have been quite a few rumors as to what it will be called as well. Some have suggested that it will be called the iTablet, while others have suggested that it may be called the iSlate or iPad. But I guess we’ll have to wait until Wednesday to find out.

It is believed that Apple would be announcing its much talked about Apple Tablet which might be a slate, ipod touch or something with a little bit of everything. It would be a tablet device which would let people surf the net, watch mvies, read e-books etc. Many describe it as a larger version of the 3.5 -nch iPod which has a color touch screen and Wi-Fi internet access.

There were specualtions about Google Nexus One superphone launch, which had a high interest level. Even the photographs and features were leaked out on the net. But this sort of hype and buzz was never seen before the launch of any product in the last few years.

Another favorite trick of Apple’s is to make several smaller announcements at press events before bringing out the big one — which suggests at least a couple of lesser Apple offerings could be made public Wednesday.

A new iPhone operating system (OS 4.0), a new version of the photo, music and video tool iLife and an upgrade to the MacBook Pro are all considered strong possibilities.

Webanlytics firm, Flurry, has released some data based on activity it has seen coming out of Apple’s Cupertino headquarters that indicates increased activity on tablet-based applications. Use cases for this rumored tablet have covered everything from the publishing industry as a rival to Amazon’s Kindle to a competitor to Sony’s PlayStation Portable (PSP).

Bloggers and other industry observers are expecting a slender wireless device that will have a 10-inch screen, cost less than $1,000 and be designed for reading, gaming, Web surfing and other pursuits.

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