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Exclusive: Apple's January Announcement Confirmed

http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2009/...ent-confirmed/

Clayton Morris

- FOXNews.com

- December 30, 2009
Exclusive: Apple's January Announcement Confirmed

Sources inside Apple confirmed a "big" event planned for January focused on the mobility space, meaning something iPhone/Touch related.


Gizmodo/Thomas Palmer

One enthusiast's vision of what an Apple tablet product might look like. Apple still hasn't confirmed the existence of the device, but the company has confirmed a Jan. 26 press conference...



Following a Financial Times report that Apple has scheduled a special media event for January 26th in San Francisco, I've spoken to a source inside Apple who confirmed a "big" event for January.

While nothing official has been handed down from the notoriously tight-lipped company, my source took the Financial Times report one step further by saying this event will focus on the mobility space, meaning we'll see something related to the iPhone/Touch product line.

Could this be the announcement of the mythical Apple tablet we've been hearing so much about? I've already picked it as my favorite gadget of 2009, even though the tablet doesn't officially exist yet.

In 2010, I'm looking forward to the thing, however. It'll be the gadget that finally gets me to sit on the couch and surf the Web. It'll be the gadget that finally gets me to read e-books, thanks to its revolutionary e-ink/LCD/OLED/Smuckers Grape Jelly technology. I plan to be simply blown away by the device.

Joking aside, rumors have been swirling, flying and hovering, the latest indicating that Apple has asked a number of iPhone application developers to revise their programs for a larger screen device by sometime next month.

The upcoming event will reportedly be held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts — the site of the company's iPod-centric music events held every year in the fall.

It seems Apple doesn't need a Macworld event to make its announcements after all!
This looks interesting!

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Re: Exclusive: Apple's January Announcement Confirmed

Great! Now Steve Jobs will tell all the Apple Fan Boys what they need.
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I think the announcement will be that the iPhone will be available to all cell phone companies. Especially now that AT&T is having issues with the iPhone usage.
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I think the announcement will be that the iPhone will be available to all cell phone companies. Especially now that AT&T is having issues with the iPhone usage.

i've read some technical articles that it's also an iphone engineering issue. T-Mo has the worst 3G frequencies of all the carriers so a T-MO iphone isn't something to look forward to
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I think the announcement will be that the iPhone will be available to all cell phone companies. Especially now that AT&T is having issues with the iPhone usage.
i think if they are going to announce it, they are only going to put it with the company with the best and most reliable service: Verizon.
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Re: Exclusive: Apple's January Announcement Confirmed

http://www.engadget.com/2009/12/30/a...hina-presiden/

Apple tablet rumor party: Fox News, former Google China president, and the 'iGuide'

By Richard Lai posted Dec 30th 2009 8:53PM

No words can stress how much we're sick of Apple 'iSlate' rumors right now, but when someone with powerful links speaks up, we gotta take note. Kai-fu Lee -- former Google China president -- has joined the Apple rumor mill by leaking what he claims to be insider knowledge of the device. Now, we've heard a lot of this same noise before: sub-$1000 price, an iPhone-like appearance, 10.1-inch multitouch screen, video conferencing, cellular connectivity, 3D graphics and virtual keyboard. What really got our attention is Lee's link with Foxconn -- the Apple OEM is one of the main contributors to Lee's post-Google investment venture, Innovation Works, so there's a good chance that Lee's spoken to someone overlooking the manufacturing of a certain Apple device. Of course, we can't abide Lee's final proclamation that "Apple expects to produce near ten million units in the first year!" This is pretty bold considering Apple's only sold five million portable computers so far this year (and ten million was the number of iPods sold in Q3 2009 alone), but hey, who knows if Steve Jobs has already worked out a subsidizing plan with some carriers to lure us all?

On top of the list of specs and wild sales prediction, Lee also says "Steve Jobs will be introducing this product in January," which somewhat supports Fox News' insider claim (as relayed by a "source") that the January 26th event "will focus on the mobility space." Our pal Clayton Morris doesn't have much other info, but it all certainly lines up with rumors we've been hearing for the last few weeks.

Finally, remember the roundabout process that Apple seemingly went through in order to secure the "iSlate" trademark? Well, it seems that it worked well enough that the company decided to go through the whole rigmarole again for another name: "iGuide." That moniker was dug up by the folks at Mac Rumors, who once again discovered a little Delaware-based company, iGuide Media, LLC, that has no other trademarks and some pretty strong links to Apple -- namely, signatures from Apple Senior Trademark Specialist Regina Porter, and paperwork done by the same lawyer that handled the trademark for the iPhone. Interestingly, the name "iGuide" seems to cover more than just a device, with the trademark filing describing "computer hardware and computer software" that can be used for a whole host of media-related tasks (including gaming) -- it even goes so far as to describe "downloadable electronic publications" including books and magazines, which would at least line up with some earlier rumors. Also a possibility: Apple likes to have a lot of names. As usual, don't place any bets on the current round of chatter -- if we want to know for sure, we may just have to wait until Jobs does that "one more thing" thing.

Additional reporting by Don Melanson
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Re: Exclusive: Apple's January Announcement Confirmed

http://finance.yahoo.com/family-home...et-at-the-door
Check Expectations for Apple's Tablet at the Door
by Arik Hesseldahl
Wednesday, December 30, 2009

If its engineers hew to recent history, Apple's tablet computer may look nothing like what the prognosticators foresee.

The speculative madness surrounding Apple's rumored tablet computer has finally reached its frothy peak.

Tech's chattering classes are obsessed with the unconfirmed product, which Apple (AAPL) may announce at an event in January, or February, or March, depending on which set of reports you adhere to. Apple, not surprisingly, is mum.

The hunger for information—and misguided speculation—reminds me of the mistaken prognosticating about the iPhone before its introduction three years ago. It may be time to step back and realize that Apple may uncork a product so surprising that the company again leaves the tech industry scrambling to catch up to its products' smooth operation and sleek design.

Documented facts about the tablet are few. This much we do know: In November 2008, Apple took control of the trademark name TabletMac from a company called Axiotron, which converts MacBook laptops into tablet computers running Apple's Mac OS X.

Wild Imaginings

In April, BusinessWeek talked with people who had seen prototypes of a device they called a media pad as well as a small iPhone, described as "iPhone lite" by the person who saw it.

Then there's outside speculation. In November the Taiwanese Web site Digitimes, often regarded as a solid source of information regarding the plans of Taiwan's electronic manufacturing sector, reported that the Apple tablet had been delayed until the second half of 2010 because of the price to build its display.

On Dec. 24, New York Times blogger Nick Bilton quoted two people—one an unnamed source, the other a former Apple employee—dropping tantalizing clues. Jobs is "very happy" with the machine, and users will be "very surprised at how you interact with the new tablet," the Times wrote. About the same time, the Financial Times reported that Apple plans to reveal the new device at an event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco on Jan. 26.

Missing the Mark on the iPhone

It's important to take reports like these with an appropriate helping of salt. Apple holds numerous trademarks it doesn't actively use; ever hear of MacTel, Vingle, or Drypod? In addition, Apple's top-secret labs in Cupertino, Calif., have probably developed numerous tablet prototypes, some of which may be used to show potential partners but that don't represent a finished product. And leakers have a tendency to exaggerate what they know, or invent from whole cloth.

A similar speculative frenzy surrounded the January 2007 iPhone launch. Looking back at Apple rumor site postings in the months leading up to its debut, I noticed how far off the mark many were about the iPhone's looks, Apple's partners, and who the carrier would be who could resell it. For example, enthusiasts' home-made design drawings that emerged on rumor sites showed a phone that sported a navigation wheel similar to the iPod's. Others imagined the iPhone would have a slide-out keyboard.

Few saw the potential for a touch-sensitive display, which eventually became the signature design element of the iPhone and iPod touch.

Consider the fevered imaginings endemic to Apple. The company engenders such strong reactions from its customers that users tend to "project the known upon the unknown," says Michael Gartenberg, an analyst at market researcher Interpret. That's why so many observers took the well-understood iPod and grafted a phone onto it when imagining Apple's iPhone plans.

A Larger Screen?

Apple's tablet may revolve around a larger touch-sensitive screen than the iPhone's, which could be central to its design and control. I've speculated about it myself in a past column. The iPod touch is so useful an Internet device that I keep one handy on my bedside table. It would make a lot of sense for Apple to market a device with a larger screen—say, 7 in. to 10 in. diagonally—that runs applications downloaded from the iTunes app store, wouldn't it?

Writers and tech pundits think so. But we're not Apple engineers and designers. What seems from the outside to be a logical progression may seem merely simplistic to the folks at Apple's 1 Infinite Loop headquarters. Their job isn't so much to think about the next logical step on a path as to set a divergent course for what people are likely to want for years to come.

Apple may throw everyone a curve ball here. Imagine an Apple tablet about the size of a 11-in. spiral notebook with an iPhone-like touch screen. How about the ability for the machine to recognize voice commands and dictation of text? A built-in video camera and maybe a mini-projector for meetings would be nice. And if the reports of Apple's discussion to land print media content in the iTunes store are true, how about an easy-on-the-eyes display for reading electronic magazines and books?

Embracing Two Worlds

A more fundamental question is whether Apple's tablet will more closely resemble an iPhone or a Mac. It will be fascinating to see how whatever emerges straddles those two worlds.

We use PCs and laptops to get things done when we're stationary; we use mobile devices to stay informed and complete small tasks when we're out and about. This device, it seems, will either have to incorporate both paradigms or have to create one of its own.

My bet? There will be a product from Apple reasonably described as a tablet, and Apple will reveal it during the first quarter of 2010. That's not going too far out on a limb. As the iPhone enters its third year, Apple needs something new to sell to keep delighting its customers, inspiring envy among its competitors, and increasing its sales.

Check your expectations about this product at the door, though. We're probably all in for a very big surprise.

Arik Hesseldahl is a reporter for BusinessWeek.com.
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Re: Exclusive: Apple's January Announcement Confirmed

http://gizmodo.com/5439955/rumor-app...march-for-1000

Rumor: Apple Tablet Ships in March For $1000?



Now the WSJ is quoting people "briefed by the company" as stating that the 10 or 11-inch Apple Tablet will be shipping in March for $1000, but will be announced at the January 27 event this month.

To familiarize yourself with the rumors so far, not including this one, head to our giant rumor page.

According to the WSJ, the tablet will be pretty much what we expected: movies, TV shows, games, browsing, books, textbooks and newspapers. WSJ also mentions two different material finishes for the tablet, and if we know Apple, they'll only have one; the two are just final prototypes so that Jobs can decide which one he likes more.

So it's good to hear that at least some of the rumored features might be delivered, but that $1000 price seems a bit high. Not high as in we think it's wrong, high as in cost-prohibitive-MacBook-Air-style high. [WSJ]

Send an email to Jason Chen, the author of this post, at [email protected].
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http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE60745S20100108

Apple tablet supply chain points to Q2 launch: sources

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Fri Jan 8, 2010 1:21pm EST

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Suppliers for Apple Inc's new tablet computer have begun shipping touchscreen panels and will start delivering aluminum casings for it next month, sources said, implying a second-quarter product launch.

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AVY Precision Technology Inc, a Taiwanese manufacturer of covers for electronic products, will begin production of the cases in February, two sources familiar with the situation said on Friday.

TPK Solutions, an unlisted touch screen panel maker also based in Taiwan will also supply panels for the product, a third source said, on top of those already being manufactured by another Taiwan company, Wintek Corp.

"Production of the cases will begin in February, so everything points to a second-quarter launch right now," said one of the sources. "It doesn't take that long for the company to assemble the PC together, but a second-quarter shipment date is what we're looking at now."

The sources declined to be named because they were not authorized to speak to the media. Apple's spokesman would not comment. Officials at AVY and TPK also declined to comment.

A barrage of manufacturers are jockeying for attention ahead of Apple's widely expected announcement of a 10- to 11-inch tablet computer in late January, which analysts say could redefine the nascent category much as the iPhone did for phones. Apple has not publicly confirmed its existence.

Hewlett-Packard Co, Microsoft Corp, Dell Inc and Lenovo Group Ltd were among the global technology names that launched thin, touchscreen, multimedia devices this week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

These wireless gadgets can stream video, download music, surf the Web and play games, aiming to win over consumers by bridging the gap between smartphones and laptops.

Some analysts doubt consumers would take to tablets or slates, which join a market crowded with netbooks, e-readers, smartphones and laptops of all configurations.

Most technology companies do their own design work in-house, but outsource much of the assembly and manufacturing to companies based in Asia, which operate large production facilities in lower cost countries.

(Reporting by Kelvin Soh; editing by Edwin Chan and Andre Grenon)
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Re: Exclusive: Apple's January Announcement Confirmed

http://gizmodo.com/5447218/rumor-app...ntent=My+Yahoo

One of our close Apple connects who haven't steered us wrong dropped a little bit of information on us. Here's what we know:

• The tablet's multi-touch gestures are "out of control."
• It's powered by an incredibly fast ARM CPU
• It runs on the iPhone kernel.
• The internal model number is K48AP.
• There hasn't been an updated iPhone OS build because there's too much tablet-related code/references in the OS and Apple obviously didn't want that to leak. Oops.
• The tablet is basically an "iPhone on steroids."

That's all we've got for now!
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That latest image above looks damn sexy. A $1000 price tag would put it out of my reach since I already have an iPhone and a netbook for couch surfing. I'd certainly be temped though.
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http://gizmodo.com/5453246/rumor-app...ntent=My+Yahoo

Rumor: Apple's Tablet Will Revolutionize TV and Textbooks, Be Shared By Family Members

The hype, and hope, on the Apple Tablet is ridiculous right now, and the WSJ is just piling it on with talk about it revolutionizing television, textbooks and newspapers like the iPod changed music. Let's all just calm down here.

WSJ says Apple's been researching e-textbooks, as well as newspapers and magazines (which we knew, and we knew that they've been talking to various people in the publishing industry).

Apple's been talking to CBS and Disney to get a monthly TV subscription deal going, and working with EA to demo how well games would work on the tablet. The Journal also reinforces the Bing on iPhone rumor we heard yesterday, making it seem like Apple's really taking an anti-Google stance.

Another bit we didn't know is that the tablet is supposedly shared among various people in the house, complete with sticky notes that you leave to other people. And, with the built-in webcam, it'll recognize you automatically. If all these rumors pan out, the tablet is kind of an all-in-one media consumption device, slurping down basically every sort of mass media humans have made since the printing press. [WSJ]
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That latest image above looks damn sexy. A $1000 price tag would put it out of my reach since I already have an iPhone and a netbook for couch surfing. I'd certainly be temped though.
Me too. I couldn't justify $1000 unless it does something revolutionary.
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I wonder if they'd use the same chip in this as the next iPhone for cost purposes, but reduce the performance on the iPhone version.

I need a new iPhone as well, so this would have to be something really great for me to grab immediately. Even if they have magazine or newspaper subscriptions I don't really subscribe to them anyway so that wouldn't be a large buying point for me.

You'd probably do just as well to put the same amount into 3 shares of Apple stock and make a profit once it's announced though.
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I heard some guy's cancer was cured just by hearing about the tablet. Imagine what wonders the real thing can do!
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I bet when sj announces it, it's going to be like one of those faith healng churches in the audience
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This seems like the first step to something amazing. But something that isn't amazing in and of itself. A large iPhone with subscription services? Woo.

Battery life better be amazing.
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Seems to me is will just be Apple laying waste to devices like the Nook and Kindle. Who wants a device that just does one thing? This will be a Kindle that can surf in high resolution and play multimedia. I don't see any reason to be more than that.
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People buy Kindle's and ebook readers for the screen as well, and it's not about being high resolution, it's the e-Ink stuff. I don't think is a Kindle killer anymore than any netbook would be.
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Apple isn't stupid enough to ignore e-Ink. But they are smart enough to bundle e-Ink type technology with computer technology. Netbooks are a joke and aren't even part of the discussion. This *could be* a Kindle killer because Apple already has the store in place. Netbooks are just lame, underpowered PCs running Windows.
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Apple isn't stupid enough to ignore e-Ink. But they are smart enough to bundle e-Ink type technology with computer technology. Netbooks are a joke and aren't even part of the discussion. This *could be* a Kindle killer because Apple already has the store in place. Netbooks are just lame, underpowered PCs running Windows.
Given the growth and popularity of netbooks these days, they're hardly a joke. And a lot run Linux.
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Agreed this isn't a replacement for e-Readers like the Nook and Kindle. Netbooks serve their purpose (they're small, have excellent battery life and get basics (email, music, web browsing) done with no issue (unless you have an SSD one, uggh, what a joke), and the newer ones with Ion make excellent HTPCs.)
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Lots of joke products sell a lot of units. That doesn't make them less of a joke. Netbooks have their place just not as a consumer product, IMHO.
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Agreed this isn't a replacement for e-Readers like the Nook and Kindle. Netbooks serve their purpose (they're small, have excellent battery life and get basics (email, music, web browsing) done with no issue (unless you have an SSD one, uggh, what a joke), and the newer ones with Ion make excellent HTPCs.)
If this isn't to rival the nook and Kindle, I'm not sure why one would want a table at all. I'd want a table to easily read newspapers, magazines, and books and download them over a cellular network. Thats exactly what Kindle does. Of course, as I noted, this is just one part of what I think Apple is brewing here. This is all speculation, of course.
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Lots of joke products sell a lot of units. That doesn't make them less of a joke. Netbooks have their place just not as a consumer product, IMHO.
Just because you have no use for one, doesn't mean it's a joke. There's plenty of great uses for them as mentioned above. Why do I get the feeling that if Apple made one you would think it was the greatest thing ever?

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