Apple as always have not been offering many details about its iPad and who they will be partnering with, but we can tell you that the Wall Street Journal will be just one app available for the tablet device.
The latest Apple gadget should be released later this month, so we will have first hand knowledge just how good these applications will run.
Apple hates any details of an upcoming device leaking out early, so you can understand why Steve Jobs was angry when editor Alan Murray from WSJ posted on Twitter that the Apple CEO had visited them. So we know that The Wall Street Journal is one publication confirmed, but who else will be joining the iPad party.
According to Apple Insider, the New York Times and Associated Press will have apps running on the tablet, which you will have to pay a subscription for. The price is still being discussed at the moment, these could be anywhere from $10 to $30 per month.
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