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Apple Tablet Is Most Important Thing Steve Jobs Has Ever Done

Jan 25 2010, 5:00am CST | by , in Rumors | Rumors

Apple Tablet Is Most Important Thing Steve Jobs Has Ever Done
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Let's kick off the Apple Tablet week with a rumored quote from the Apple Chief himself that will get your excitement for the Apple Tablet up quite a bit.
According to TechCrunch, Steve Jobs has been heard saying about the Apple Tablet: "This will be the most important thing I've ever done."

If true, than the Apple Tablet is seen by Steve Jobs as being bigger than the iPod, Mac and iPhone. It's still hard for me to imagine how Apple can make a Tablet that has a broad market appeal like the iPhone.

The Apple Tablet already haunts my dreams, so it better be good. Yesterday I dreamt that the Tablet will be actually called Apple Pad. As reported last week iPad, iTablet and iSlate are currently candidates for the Apple Tablet name.
I actually like Apple Pad. It would be possible as Apple also uses Apple TV for instance as a product name.
I definitely do not like iPad as it is way to close to iPod.

On Wednesday, January 27th, we will finally know for real what the Apple Tablet is all about.
More Apple Tablet Rumors.

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