Confirmed: Apple Media Event On January 27 2010

Last week speculation reached a peak regarding an Apple event scheduled for either January 26th or 27th. Speculate no more as Apple has now confirmed the time and date with invitations!

Apple has issued invitations for a media event scheduled for 10:00 AM PST on January 27, 2010. The event is scheduled to be held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. As classic Apple would have it, the invites come with a catchy and yet mysterious tag line, “Come see our latest creation.”

Of course Apple’s latest creation could be anything, but with a lot of tablet-related evidence over the last month, an Apple Tablet is a likely candidate.

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  • Dusty

    Few more days to go! 

  • djepsilon

    I'm really intrigued by this fabled tablet. What's going to be it's “hook”? I mean, most speculation points to it being like a big iPhone… but then what's the point? I won't be able to fit it in my pocket plus I already have an iPhone… so then will it be a laptop? …but I already have that too. So it must be something different.

    If Steve has been monitoring the development of this device as much as they say he has, then I have this feeling that Apple is going to knock our socks off with this one. There must be something that none of us have thought of. Something vastly different that we can't do with our iPhones and MacBooks. Because if there isn't? …I really don't see a market for this thing and I can't help but wonder if it will flop.

    With that said though, if it has an Apple logo on it chances are I'll have to have it.

  • Guest

    Few more days to go!

    I bet ya Steve Jobs wears a black long sleeve shirt and jeans to the presentation :P

  • djepsilon

    I'm really intrigued by this fabled tablet. What's going to be it's “hook”? I mean, most speculation points to it being like a big iPhone… but then what's the point? I won't be able to fit it in my pocket plus I already have an iPhone… so then will it be a laptop? …but I already have that too. So it must be something different.

    If Steve has been monitoring the development of this device as much as they say he has, then I have this feeling that Apple is going to knock our socks off with this one. There must be something that none of us have thought of. Something vastly different that we can't do with our iPhones and MacBooks. Because if there isn't? …I really don't see a market for this thing and I can't help but wonder if it will flop.

    With that said though, if it has an Apple logo on it chances are I'll have to have it.