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To begin our highly-anticipated evaluation of the massive collection of iPhone 5 cases soon to be in our palms, we here at iPhone Alley have begun to roundup all of the announcements and press releases that we've received since last Wednesday. Having already shown our excitement over Otterbox's announcement of four cases catered to fit the iPhone 5, we're continuing our extensive roundup by shedding light on Incipio's lineup for Apple's new iconic device.
A prominent developer has revealed that they have already submitted an app for approval for the upcoming iPhone OS 4.0. Apple will be holding a media event at the end of this month, and we're pretty sure based on all the rumors that they'll be announcing some kind of tablet, as well as iPhone OS 4.0 to run on the device and iPhone 4.0 SDK to build apps to run on the new OS. If that's true, Apple could be giving developers a heads-up to get updates submitted ahead of the release of the new OS.
We all want Apple's new tablet to arrive, hopefully sooner rather than later. Adding to the gossip chain, an industry source who has seen the operating system behind the device (though not the device) said that "the UI has a good bit of new sexy to it," implying that the tablet OS may in fact be different from the iPhone OS.
Kaifu Lee, the former president of Google China who has also been employed by Apple revealed new facts about Apple's upcoming tablet device today via a Twitter-like post [Google Translate version] which has since been verified. Per the post, Lee, who cited a source close to the story, confirmed that the tablet looks like a larger iPhone and features a 10.1" multi-touch screen, impressive user interface and combines the functionality of a netbook with an Amazon Kindle.
We can't give you that pony you've been wanting for Christmas, but we can give you some tasty Apple tablet information, which has been arriving in rumor form. The Financial Times has identified an Apple event reservation for the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts for January 26th. Oft-cited analyst Gene Munster is giving even odds that the product to be launched will be either the medium or large device.