A very trusted source close to Apple's media event on Tuesday reports that the company is only revealing the iPad Mini -- nothing else. The 7.85-inch tablet is also slated to go on sale next Friday, followed by the iPad 4 in the Spring.
According to the source, Apple's not spilling the details until the actual event -- Apple PR likes to "keep its cards close to its proverbial chest." Previous reports indicated that the company plans to unload 12 models in two colors and possibly three connectivity options (Wi-Fi only, 3G and 4G), totaling 24 units.
Of course, we've heard lots of different rumors about what Apple plans to showcase tomorrow in addition to the iPad Mini, spanning an updated iPad 3 to a Retina 13-inch MacBook Pro. But what we DO know is that Apple is officially launching an attack on the 7-inch tablet market starting tomorrow, and Google plans to fire right back in the 10-inch market on Monday. Kapow.
The battle begins tomorrow at 10 a.m. PDT / 1 p.m. EDT.
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Couldn't have said it better myself!
It's called constructive criticism. If no one tells them what they are doing sucks, they will assume we like it and continue to do it.
Having three different and conflicting news articles on the front page about something as stupid as people speculating what products Apple is going to announce at a news conference is idiotic. It's really that simple.
I have no problem with the Apple articles, I just wish they weren't the exact same articles I read elsewhere on the net. Seems like someone is getting lazy and copying others?
What happened to real journalism, the kind that requires a fact check before posting?