Apple Tablet Called ITablet Or IPad And Not ISlate

Posted: Jan 19 2010, 1:32pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 8:02am CDT, in Rumors | Rumors

 
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The Apple Tablet announcement is 8 days away and basically the technews world is only reporting about one topic now. Besides features we still do not even know how Apple will christen the Tablet. Apple iSlate is a hot candidate and has been rumored intensively in December. Today BoyGeniusReport says in a report about iPhone OS 4.0 features that Apple calls it iTablet.

MacRumors goes into a complete new direction with a report about new trademarks that have been filed around the name iPad this week.

In my opinion iPad sounds way to similar to iPod. It would be a bad idea to call the Apple Tablet iPad as it would lead to a lot of confusion.
Update:
Apple went with iPad.

For some reason iTablet sounds the best choice t me, but then there is a lot of supporting evidence that Apple calls the Tablet iSlate.

For now I still call Apple's latest Creation Apple Tablet.
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