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Ahead of the suspected tablet announcement this morning comes news from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office that Apple has been granted 13 new patents for various products, including one squarely aimed at the center of today's attention.
Headphone choice is very personal. Some people opt for sophisticated,
audiophile-approved $300 earbuds, while others pick up the cheapest
pair possible so it doesn’t hurt so much when they’re lost or broken.
And some want their earbuds to have little blinking lights. Of course
MacLife.com would like to take a moment to throw out our own list of possibilities as to what Apple might introduce this Wednesday -- aside from that rumored tablet. Some are more realistic than others, naturally, but that’s half the fun!
a move that could affect thousands of iPhone users and other AT&T
customers subject to early termination fees, AT&T Mobility has agreed to an $18 million settlement with customers whose contracts had flat-rate early termination fees from 1998 through 2009.
is reporting that McGraw-Hill, publishers of the Math and History
textbooks we lugged around as grade schoolers, has confirmed that
tomorrow's announcement is a tablet that'll do everything we've ever
dreamed of, including running an OS resembling that of the iPhone's.
As we all look forward to going to sleep tonight with visions of Apple tablets running through our heads, there’s a rumor floating around that Cupertino may be joining hands with bookseller Barnes & Noble to bring e-books to the device.