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Former Apple developer relations employee Jamie Ryan says that Apple has been mocking up Microsoft Surface-style typable keyboards for iPads, and that the company could be releasing them tomorrow at its “Apple Event” in San Francisco.
The company did title the event “more to cover.”
We should see the new iPad in less than two weeks.
“We anticipate this year’s iPhone launch to be 2-3x bigger than last year,” said gadget trade-in site Gazelle.
Tomorrow is Apple’s biggest opportunity since June to address the world. But it’s much bigger than that, really … it’s Apple’s biggest opportunity since October of last year to impress the pundits, analysts, press — and most importantly buyers — with its vision for the future.
That vision — and the man who crafts it — has been very much in question lately.
I guess there’s a lot of “developers” out there.
No, they’re not homeless people. At least, not your standard variety. Rather, they’re waiting in line for the rumored new iPhone — five days before it will even be announced. And, of course, there’s no guarantee it will be available immediately.
Could it be that the fastest-growing mobile market is finally getting the attention it deserves from Apple?
The long-rumored September 10 Apple Event is on — Apple just sent out press invitations. And it sounds like Apple has good news, right from CEO Tim Cook’s mouth.
“It’s been an incredible year … a truly prolific year of innovation for Apple,” Tim Cook said today. He’s right.
Editor’s Pick There were a LOT of other Apple announcements today: Retina 13″ MacBook Pro, new iPad fourth generation, new Mac minis, new iMacs, new iTunes, and more. But the big deal was the little guy, the iPad mini.
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Apple may have just “a little more to show” us, but this week’s Apple event in San Jose is turning into perhaps more than just a little more. In fact, not to put too fine a point on it, it’s potentially turning into a lot.
Expectations are extremely high for Apple’s new iPhone event tomorrow, where the company will unveil its latest flagship mobile device. Apple’s new chief executive, Tim Cook, will also be under pressure to repeat the success of the company’s last CEO, Steve Jobs, who left the company in August. Janney Capital Markets analyst Bill Choi said today that he expects Apple to sell around 107 million iPhones this year.