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Apple Tablet coming for AT&T and Verizon says Fox News

Apple tablets for AT&T and Verizon?

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Jan 22, 2010 4:34 pm

With an Apple event being held next week it makes sense that the rumors are at a fevered pitch. Everyone is getting in on the rumor action from analysts to major news outlets like Fox News.

 

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Fox News is reporting that there will be two versions of that long rumored Apple tablet unveiled at the event next week. One of the tablets will be for the AT&T's GSM network and one for AT&T's CDMA network.

 

Which company will be the carrier is unknown, but having the device for both wouldn't be out of the question. The huge success of the iPhone AT&T isn't likely to walk away from another potentially market making device from Apple over Verizon getting its own version of the device. At the same item Verizon is not likely to say no because AT&T will have aversion either. I will not be surprised to see two versions being sold. Apple really needs its devices on all major carriers if it really wants to build market share. We will have to wait until next week to see what Apple pulls out of its hat.

 

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