For example, Guardian.co.uk is implying that Apple has “approached” UK operators in order to negotiate a possible release of its upcoming tablet. Orange – which will likely offer the Apple tablet in France – is believed to be among these carriers. O2 and Vodafone are possibly in the game, too – especially since both are selling Apple’s iPhone in the UK.
A subsidized iTablet / iSlate would certainly attract more customers than an unsubsidized one – which could cost up to $1,000.
The Apple tablet is expected to be commercially available in the US starting March, but the UK will apparently get it later in the spring.
Meanwhile, you might be interested in the latest iPhone 4G concept.
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