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New iPhone 4G: 2010 release date details would overshadow iSlate

This year looks to be a good year to buy gadgets, and if money is limited or you like to buy products that will actually get used, then you need to think carefully before buying the latest gadget. 2010 should see a new iPhone 4G and an Apple Tablet that is rumored to be called “iSlate”.

We recently run a poll asking readers if they would buy the new iPhone 4G, Apple Tablet or maybe both products. You can view the results of that poll here. In a recent post we linked to full results of a Survey that showed the Apple “iSlate” Tablet PC is a product that is in demand, and other news showed that “Apps for Kindle” could be a response to the new tablet from Apple.

The rumors we have been hearing about the iPhone 4G seem to be endless – see the top 10 rumors – and a release date will likely be after June, it’s hard to believe any details regarding this release will become officially available at Wednesday’s Apple event.

The Apple “iSlate” Tablet PC is almost certainly going to be revealed, but for the iPhone 4G to get some spotlight would seem strange, as this would overshadow the major launch of an Apple Tablet device. Any details on a new iPhone would take the attention away from an Apple tablet, so it’s our bet that you will not get any information on a new iPhone at Wednesday event.

What are your thoughts on the “iSlate” and the chances of release information for a new iPhone at next week’s event? Do you think it would be good or bad for Apple to release any details on a new phone this month?

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Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

Daniel now spends his time keeping an eye on the latest technology and business trends. Also developing other blogs/news sites in the entertainment and business industries.

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