Hon Hai Rumored To Build Apple Tablet

Posted: Jul 28 2009, 4:37am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:31pm CDT, in News | Apple

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A new rumor supports the existence of a 10 inch Apple Tablet computer. AppleInsider picked up a story on the Taiwan Apple Daily paper that claims that Hon Hai got the contract to build an Apple Tablet device with 10 inch screen and 3G connectivity.

This report also talks about a September release date as the big Apple Tablet rumor story on the Financial Times claimed yesterday.
As you know the rumors about an Apple Tablet have been around for years. Will it really happen in 2009? At this point I am starting to believe it is coming. The important thing for success of an Apple Tablet device is the user experience.
For that to be great you need content. If Apple manages to make the best device for reading eBooks and experiencing interactive content associated with music and movies, then it is a winner. We do not need a general purpose 10 inch touchscreen device to compete with netbooks though.

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