Flurry Discovers the iSlate

January 25th, 2010 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Platforms: iOS | No Comments »

Flurry Flurry has detected Apple’s new tablet in their stats. They have counted 50 tablets through 200 Flurry enabled apps on Apple’s own App Store. Flurry could also locate the geographical location; Cupertino campus.

Untill now, Flurry kept the existence under the radar, but with the location tracked and an increase in activity in January, it is sure to be tracking the real thing. The first tablets where discovered in October 2009. With the device expected to be presented in two days from now, and shipping soon, this discovery means it’s in final stages of development. It would also hint to the tablet working on an OS close to that of the iPhone. It identified itself as running iPhone OS 3.2.


As you can see in the graph above, games was the most popular category amongst testers. This means Apple will probably put their tablet in the market as entertainment device instead of a pure business tool. When looking at the apps, Flurry noticed popularity amongst streaming and daily news apps.

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