It’s that time again—rumor time! The excitement for tomorrow’s media event has Apple Anticipators in a frenzy, especially with the internet initiating all sorts of crazy rumors like $800 MacBooks, Blu-Ray support, and even leaked pictures of the MacBook itself. Read on for a look at some of the juicy Apple gossip.
Pandora-like “Genius” smart playlists and HD TV downloads may be in your near future... at least according to some who claim to have noticed a mysterious “Download Now” button that popped up in the middle of Apple's iTunes page that allegedly linked to a download of iTunes 8.0.
It’s no secret that Apple struggles to keep new product and software releases under wraps, often going to great lengths to ensure that employees don't leave the building without signing a binding contract that forbids them from even uttering a word about a project they're working on. Despite rumors circulating various tech sites and fastidious bloggers posting overly Photoshopped pictures of what they claim to be a brand spanking new Apple product, the company has always managed to keep its blueprints under wraps and away from the media (at least until it’s time for a keynote).
It’s safe to say that anyone can come up with his or her very own Apple rumor. That’s why we’ve comprised “How-to Create Your Very Own Pre-Keynote Faux-Pod.” And if you succeed in this attempt, maybe you’ll even become an internet celebrity!