The wait is almost over. In a few short days, Apple's new product will be a reality. For the time being, though, we still have plenty of rumors to shuffle through. Flurry Analytics believes they have finally managed to locate the iTablet. By online Apple device usage, they were able to find roughly 50 machines operating in the Cupertino campus and running on the (unreleased) OS 3.2.
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A majority of the apps used on this new device were for gaming, with Entertainment, News & Books, and Lifestyle trailing distantly behind. The focus of this mystery gadget appears to be primarily media-oriented, which gels with what we've been told to expect from months and months of "inside" rumors and analyst speculation. Photography apps were also downloaded, which seems to confirm that this new gizmo will have a camera.
From what the analytics can tell right now, the iTablet (or whatever the hell it is) can access all current apps in the App Store. If the iTablet ends up being what we've come to expect from Apple, the App Store is about to go through another massive growth spurt.