First Credible Apple iTablet Twitter Leak?

Oh, I’ve been down this road before. Someone casually mentions he has the Hot New Thing on Twitter and a pile-on develops, the guy insists he does have it, then his Twitter account is switched to Private and that’s the end of it.

So, here we go again.

Is this the first credible leak about the Apple iTablet on Twitter?

This is the tweet that started it:


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And here is the first possible credible iTablet leak on Twitter:


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His life will never be the same again. Least of all if he’s really involved with the iTablet — Apple will now shake his world.

Why do I say this leak might be credible? Look at the Modoku website:

Modoku gives you a quick and cost-effective
way to enter the mobile media market

Our iPhone application framework allows your company to focus on the user experience and content creation. Your brand is the most important message, and we provide the ability to maintain your brand experience.

Features
Modoku makes the application development process easy by providing adaptable frameworks that allow you to use existing assets. This means that you can drive traditional products—such as catalogs, magazines, brochures, and product literature—in new and effective ways. Use video or music to seamlessly enhance your images and text. Or embed feeds, Web links, and social media to make formerly unidirectional content interactive.

The company’s blog is also interesting and mirrors what I’ve posted:

Very simply, Apple and Google are set to dominate.

Well, Modoku, if you really have been working with the iTablet and this post brings down the Wrath on Jobs onto your head, remember this one piece of advice: Twitter isn’t secret!

5 Responses to First Credible Apple iTablet Twitter Leak?

  1. Oops. And Nicholas was one of our brightest.

  2. Nicholas says:

    Hey, I am prototyping on the profile not the device. Sorry, that was not supposed to have anything to do with the iTablet other than we developed a CMS for such products. I won’t know before you know…

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