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Citing his investigation into Apple's supply chain, analyst Yair Reiner claims that Apple will ramp up production of the wonderdevice  in February 2010. His date for the Second Coming of the JesusTablet: March or April. And apparently, it'll kill Kindle.

He says that Apple is offering 30/70 revenue split to book publishers. That's 30% for Apple, and 70% for publishers for a non-exclusive distribution contract. Amazon—who apparently has pissed off everyone in the book industry—only offers 30/70 for exclusives, and 50/50 for the rest. He claims that the Apple device will make "ebooks more relevant for education by simplifying functions such as scribbling marginalia."

As for the specs, he claims the same screen technology of the iPhone but in a 10.1-inch size, ironbarring the concept of a super-expensive OLED display—which I always thought was absolutely stupid.

Fine, Mr. Reiner, your predictions seem reasonable. But I reserve the right to ironbar you myself if they don't become true.

Via Gizmodo


hisoka said...

i really can't wait To buy it

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Tech aficionados are giddy with anticipation for the much-anticipated March or April release of the Apple tablet. It is set to transform the tablet market once more with its sophisticated features and svelte appearance. Apple consistently impresses with its strong processors and gorgeous panels. This tablet promises to provide, whether you're a professional looking for productivity or an avid entertainment fan seeking engaging experiences. The wait is getting close to excruciating, with rumors suggesting new accessories and improved connectivity possibilities. With excitement building for the next chapter in tablet technology, Apple aficionados will need to stay tuned for the official unveiling.
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