days have elapsed since the unveiling of Apple's
, and the rumor mill is already wildly speculating about what's in store for the next one. Korea Times
has quoted an unnamed (yeah
official who has said that we can expect a 7.85-inch version
of the tablet to arrive by the end of the year. As usual, it's fair to point out that the company is famous for producing a wide variety of prototypes, so we won't be delaying that pre-order.
On firmer ground, they mentioned that as a key component supplier to the iPad, the Korean giant will earn around $10 billion manufacturing
Cupertino's NAND flash chips, displays, mobile DRAM and processors -- so no matter who wins the tablet wars, the manufacturing conglomerate will probably do quite well.