ITablet Costs $1000, $800 With Verizon

Posted: Jan 27 2010, 9:34am CST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 8:04am CDT, in Rumors | Rumors

 
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Today is Apple Tablet announcement day. Soon Steve Jobs will take to the stage and unveil his latest creation to the world. Already we've seen some awesome, last-minute leaks this morning. In addition to coming across some prototype photos, Engadget has some information on what this tablet could spec out to be.

As we've heard earlier (and as these pictures seem to confirm) the tablet will have a 10" screen. Cost is rumored to be $800 with a Verizon contract, or $1000 to buy it unlocked in March. The internal code-name for the tablet is believed to be K48. In addition to the tablet's launch, today is also supposed to see the unveiling of a Verizon iPhone and iLife '10.

Of course, anything could really end up happening today. Even if all of this info ends up being spot-on, I've got no doubts that Jobs will find some way to still surprise us. This thing may look like a giant iPhone, but I'll be seriously disappointed if that's all it ends up being.

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