Apple iTablet Starts Showing up in Flurry App Tracking Stats

No solid evidence has been found yet about the new tablet device from Apple [AAPL] that “might” be unveiled this Wednesday. However, a company called Flurry who analyse mobile applications say that they have detected around 50 devices that are connecting up from the Cupertino campus and appear to be tablets.

The devices that have been connecting up are running a new OS numbered 3.2. Some of the apps downloaded use Flurry’s tracking code and when downloaded the numbers are reported back to Flurry along with details of the connected devices. It is currently believed that iPhone OS 4.0 could be also launched on Wednesday, so if these devices are tablets and are connecting up with 3.2 then it could mean that they are using a slightly modified version of 3.0 to test the iSlate / Tablet on and maybe we’ll still see version 4.0 at launch.

The downside of all this is that the numbers reported are only based on a very small sample and could simply be Apple testing updates to the iPhone 3.0 OS and the updates to the OS have fallen under the 3.2 version number.

Only a couple of days left now to find out either way for sure!

Via: Engadget PDF Report found here.

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