Apple Tablet PC: 2010 device on Verizon or AT&T?

By Peter Chubb - Jan 25, 2010

A few months back we reported that Apple could launch two versions of its Tablet PC. We first assumed that one would have higher specs that the other, but we now have reason to believe that they will both feature the same hardware, but with one difference, one will be on AT&T and the other on Verizon.

There would need to be one hardware change, AT&T uses the GSM network whereas Verizon Wireless uses CDMA. So could these be the two versions we have been hearing about? However, would there be enough demand for the Apple Tablet PC to warrant launching two versions at the same time?

PC World has been looking into this and believes that there could just be one version of the Apple tablet, which has been dubbed the iSlate, iTablet or iPad and will be able to run both AT&T and Verizon networks together.

We could all be jumping the gun a bit here, Apple might announce the tablet device at their press event on Wednesday, but will wait until a later date to announce it’s pricing. They could take that opportunity to speak more with the likes of AT&T and Verizon.

We would like to know if there were two Apple Tablet PCs, what version would sell more, Verizon or AT&T and what one would you choose?

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