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Apple (AAPL) may or may not announce a tablet computer at an event in San Francisco next month; the consensus now is that it's going to wait until next year. But it seems that either way, this isn't just a one-off gadget.
It now appears that Apple is working toward an entire line of touchscreen computers -- a natural evolution of both its iPod and Mac lines.
BusinessWeek's Olga Kharif: Richard Doherty, a director at market researcher Envisioneering Group, who says Apple has developed prototypes of two different tablet machines—one that resembles a large-sized iPod and boasts a 6-inch screen, and another that features a larger display. Apple may launch one or both devices as early as September, Doherty says. A decision on whether and when Apple takes the tablet plunge lies with Apple CEO Steve Jobs, Doherty says.
... One of Apple's prototype devices is able to run all Mac applications, and allows for video and audio editing and graphic animation, Doherty says. Another, which looks like a larger iPod, lends itself to watching videos, playing games, and reading e-books.
While we've long thought it made sense for Apple to expand its touchscreen lineup, the thing we've never been sure about is how Apple would position the device: As a big iPod touch, under $1,000; or as a touchscreen MacBook, closer to $2,000. Now we have a better idea: They're at least testing both.
Whether one, both, or neither makes it to market in the next year is a different story.
(Also: We've never heard of Envisioneering Group before, and we have no idea how Doherty knows so much about the tablets. But for the sake of argument, let's assume he's right.)