Apple Plans Bigger iPad: Should Samsung Be Worried?

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Aug. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Alex Barinka and Cory Johnson discuss Apple's plans to manufacture the company’s largest-ever iPad, with a screen measuring 12.9 inches diagonally. They speak with Trish Regan on "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)

To do it for the company?

Is this going to be the product that sends it to its next level?

We have seen google winning out.

They need to pick up these sales in tablet.

The bigger had could -- ipad could tip them over.

A need to bring back the countries -- customers.

It's not as though this is revolutionary.

Does it really change the user experience enough that people are going to go out and i and ipad?

-- buy an ipad?

It is a very different x.. -- experience.

We might see a different type of user.

This may allows red sheet jockeys like me.

12 inches can really come in handy.

I think the experience could be very different from those used to the nine inch size.

One interesting things is apple is doing this concurrent with the size of the ipod.

-- iphone.

They are really all about size.

It seems bigger is better these days.

Samsung came out with a bigger phone.

Didn't translate into more sales?

Ask you see a lot of this mess folks liking that phone.

Tim cook says he is essentially going after those customers as well.

You saw the tie-in with ibm.

That might be a market apple hasn't focused on to grab.

That could be a big deal for them.

All the different applications cory mentioned.

Those are used on this.

Thank you.

I appreciate you being here.

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