Rumors about Apple's not-yet-confirmed tablet device are getting a refresh this afternoon following comments made by Oppenheimer tech analyst Yair Reiner.
AppleInsider reports that Reiner shared information garnered from supply chain souces with investors yesterday morning. The analyst said Cupertino-based Apple should begin production in Feruary.
"Our checks into Apple's supply chain indicate the manufacturing cogs for the tablet are creaking into action and should begin to hit a mass market stride in February," Reiner said in the note. "At this stage Apple appears to be sizing its supply chain to support production of as many as 1M units per month."
According to AI, Reiner went on to say that the device will utilize a 10.1-inch multi-touch display using the same LTPS LCD technology as the iPhone but specifically disputed earlier reports that claimed Apple had plans for a high-end OLED model.
The supposed OLED model was supposedly the reason that the supposed device's supposed launch had been supposedly delayed into the second half of next year. Supposedly.
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