Apple Tablet Is As Revolutionary As IPod According To WSJ

Posted: Jan 21 2010, 6:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 8:03am CDT, in Rumors | Rumors


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The unveiling of the Apple Tablet is 6 days away. Yesterday evening the Wall Street Journal (Subscription) released an in-depth report about the Apple Tablet that carries some new details that have not been rumored yet.

According to the report Apple is aiming at a very big goal with the Tablet. The Apple Tablet is supposed to change textbooks, newspapers and television like the iPod changed music.

Based on this report the Apple Tablet would be an all-purpose consumption device for "old media" at home and in class rooms.

The features of the Apple Tablet mentioned in the WSJ article include virtual keyboard, sticky notes, and automatically recognizing users with integrated camera for easy sharing.

The picture for the Apple Tablet has still a lot of holes and I have not yet seen the one thing that will make it a runaway success. Will it be enough to offer old media in one place via the iTunes Cloud to make the tablet attractive? The offering of content will also be available on PCs and on the iPhone.
It still needs to be the experience of consuming content on the Tablet that makes the difference. Right now we only hear about an interface with extensive gesture language, everything else is still in the dark.
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