By now you’ll have hopefully seen our Stop Press last night about the Apple iPad tablet, which was unveiled in San Francisco. We won’t rake over the details, but overnight the technology media has been getting stuck in to turn over more details. Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster reckons the device’s $499 price tag could see Apple sell 3-4 million in its first year, although he thinks some of those will cannibalise iPod touch sales. Meanwhile, it seems many streaming music sites won’t work on the iPad’s Safari browser, which from last night’s demo appears to still be lacking support for Flash. Mashable outlines other missing features, including no multi-tasking (e.g. using a Spotify app while emailing or reading an e-book), no USB port and no native widescreen. Finally, the official trailer is live on YouTube, if you fancy seeing the device in motion.