According to TechCrunch, Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs himself has said about the Tablet that it “will be the most important thing” he’s ever done, and, reportedly, he’s quite excited about the upcoming launch – if this is true, we should expect the device to be nothing short of revolutionary.
Of course, there’s nothing official about the Apple Tablet at the moment, so we don’t know why Steve Jobs thinks it’s more important than the iPhone and everything else he has released under the Apple brand.
Most probably, the Apple Tablet is like a larger iPhone without phone capabilities, but with other unknown features. Let’s hope we’ll find out exactly what the device is all about on Wednesday.
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