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Friday, February 24, 2006

Apple Rumors Roundup

As you all know, Apple sent out invitations to a press event to be held on Tuesday, February the 28th. Let's get to the rumors surrounding what will be released at this event. 1. Analysts Predict Intel Mac Mini and iBook. "We believe Apple will take the opportunity to round out its Intel Mac portfolio 6 - 9 months ahead of plan with a new widescreen consumer notebook (likely called "MacBook") and entry-level Mac mini, both of which will include a remote control and Front Row software." 2. iTunes MOVIE Store. Shaw Wu expects Apple will use the event to launch a world-first - a movie download service through iTunes. He said: "We believe there is a greater-than-50 per cent chance that Apple will announce its first, full-length feature films available for download on iTunes." 3. The "True" Video iPod. This photo was sent to Mac Shrine and appears to be from the same factory where the iPod pictures last November were taken. It follows the description provided by several rumor sites. Update: The above pciture is definitely a fake. The guy who did it was a genius though. Click HERE to see how he did it.

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