My guess is it will be the regular MacBook, plus perhaps the expansion of the MacBook Pro line to include the 17", and maybe even a full desktop replacement 20" model. That would be awesome. The 12" will only see the light as a regular MacBook model.
Cheers! :-) - JediJoker
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The mini is going to be updated for sure (confirmed). Im not sure about the tablet, or the ibook (would be nice). Im am fairly sure that the new ipod will come to light though. I cant wait to see whats new! Its always exciting.
ipod - maybe, but i doubt it will be called an "ipod" maybe a new brand like vpod or something. calling it an ipod subconciously puts it in the same realm as the music device, even if thats not what its meant for, introducing a new thing under the ipod name is dangerous, it would make people feel like they can never stay up on the times, the "old" ipod come out 4 months ago.
ilife - doubt it. they have all the apps one uses in daily life, plus introducing it now as opposed to a month ago when the ilife 06 package came out would be bad business
i want the new ibooks to come out. i want the base size to be the rumored 13.3 inch widescreen, and that to be the one at the 999 price point. if thats the case, i might have to sell my late 05 14" ibook for a new one, i hate being behind. heres to going broke by being on the bleeding edge of tech.
i do believe apple will align themselves with sony or nintendo to conquer the living room. it makes sense. MS is doing well in the living room and connecting the household computers in the same ways apple would like to as well. Remember how sony ceo was on stage with steve not TOO LONG ago.
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