In a paradoxical twist, the as-yet-unconfirmed Apple tablet has apparently suffered a major delay.
A recent report suggests the launch of the multimedia tablet - dubbed the iPad or iTablet - has been pushed back from early 2010 to the second half of the year.
The reason for the delay is said to be the late decision from Apple to add a 9.7-inch OLED display to the device.
There's also now said to be a 10.6-inch model in the iTablet range, although this is said to offer a more bog-standard LCD panel.
The OLED display is said to come from LG, DigiTimes quotes sources from component makers as stating, with Foxconn, Quanta and Pegatron pegged as manufacturers.
OLED is an expensive technology, with current prices for a 9.7-inch panel said to come in at around the $500 mark.
This has led to fresh estimates that suggest the OLED iTablet could cost as much as $2000 to the consumer, with the larger LCD model tipped to be priced between $800 and $1000.