If you weren't already sick of the talk of Apple's mystery Mac tablet device, here's a little more to push you over the edge.
The latest talk, this time coming from industry analyst Richard Doherty of Envisioneering Group, has the company pegged for not one, but two different touch-screen enabled devices.
The first device would sport a six-inch screen and act something like an oversized iPod touch. Meanwhile, a second device would be larger and function more like a Mac than a handset. That device, according to Doherty, would be able to run conventional Mac software and could be geared towards tasks such as photo and video editing. I'm sure more than one photographer out there has to be excited by such a prospect.
Time frame still remains an issue. Doherty claims that both devices are still awaiting the ultimate approval of Steve Jobs, leading one to believe that the release would not take place until January. Other reports, however, suggest that the new mystery tablet could be coming as soon as September.
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