Steve Jobs Still Working On Apple Tablet Says WSJ

Posted: Aug 25 2009, 1:17am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:55pm CDT, in News | Apple

 
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The rumored Apple Tablet is still a hot rumor. Today the The Wall Street Journal (Subscription) reports again that Steve Jobs is focusing on the development of the new Apple Tablet device. Why again? Back in April the WSJ also reported that Steve Jobs is working on the Apple Tablet from home during his medical leave.
The WSJ cites sources that say Steve Jobs is focusing especially on the spin for the Apple Tablet. Which would make sense, as Apple needs to be building up an enticing value to make an Apple iTablet a success.
As written here many times, I do not believe in the success of a general purpose Tablet computer. Apple needs to create a new experience, which could be around home entertainment integration and the rumored Cocktail music content.

To not get your hopes up, the latest Apple Tablet rumors point to a 2010 release.
More Apple Tablet Rumors.

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