Apple's Announcement: The Countdown
Apple is set to make some sort of announcement today... about what, we dunno just yet.
In its customary fashion, Apple hasn't said what to expect. Most of the guesswork going on at popular Mac news sites centers around updates to the iPod line, which seems a pretty safe bet as the tightly-worded invitation features an image that looks like one of its iPod ads, along with the caption "the beat goes on."
But what, though? Popular thinking on the Web has it the Apple will announce a new touch-screen iPod, with dimensions similar to the new iPhone. Others seem to be hoping that Apple will introduce some sort of ringtone service for its new iPhone device. Rumors of a new Nano player are afloat, and so are predictions that Apple's set to introduce wireless capabilities to its iPod line.
Whatever it is, the fun starts starts at 1 pm (that's eastern time), when Steve Jobs is expected to take the stage at Moscone West in San Francisco.
In the meantime, here's what "Fake Steve Jobs," the joker with the popular (and fictional) Steve Jobs blog, has to say:
"Today, history is made. Fifty years from now people will look back and mark this date as the turning point when the shackles of 20th-century media and telephony and film and TV and print were thrown off, shrugged away like so much heavy useless armor."
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