Apple iSlate (Tablet): Latest Rumors Boost Apple’s Shares

By Jamie Pert - Dec 27, 2009

Earlier today we posted an article which suggested that the highly anticipated Apple Tablet would be called the Apple iSlate, we are now hearing that these rumors have boosted Apple’s shares.

It is thought that sometime in late January 2010 Apple will announce their Apple iSlate, which should set solid foundations for a very productive and profitable 2010.

The date looking likely for the product unveiling is January 26th 2010, reports suggest that Apple have booked a location in San Francisco for what many believe will be a media event.

All of these particular rumors surrounding the Apple iSlate have resulted in Apple shares reaching an all-time high, currently the company is worth $188 billion.

Full details regarding the iSlate are still unknown, however it is thought that it will operate in a very similar way to the iPod Touch, however will be a lot easier to use with a screen size of around 10 inches.

As we find out more we will keep you informed, for more details check out TimesOnline.

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Also See: New Apple iSlate / Tablet: Will it be Unveiled This Week?

  • Good site, where did you come up with the info in this post? I’m happy I found it though, ill be checking back soon to see what other articles you have.

  • mike

    and make it be able to receive pic message unlike the old iphone which sucks

  • I think Apple stocks are going to soar no matter what the iSlate turns out to be.

  • aston

    If it is very thin and light, and if it charges with a standard mini-usb charger, I will have one. It needs those two things. I’m tired of all the weight of all the tech garbage in my life (and I suspect lots of others are too, which is why the netbook phenomenon took off), and I’m suck and tired of proprietary chargers. I’ve standardized my life on the following: If it takes mini-usb to recharge, I will consider it, if not, then I will not consider it.

  • Wait until Apple makes an offical annoucement. Their stock has already gone up over a rumor.