Better be the iTaco, and it should make tacos... cause I want a friggen taco right now.
Anyway, I am curious. First thing that comes to mind is that it is the iPhone 5... BUT I think it would be super hard for Apple, AT&T, Verizon, and all of the other iPhone carries to keep that a secret, so must be something different. Can't be a new Macbook, iMac, or Mac Pro since they refreshed all of those product lines recently. Can't be an iPad 3... cause... well thats just stupid to release a new iPad so close to the release of the current model.
So my bet is on a new iPod line revamp, or a new product entirely.
My guess is a pink iphone that will be available for order, however considering the time it took to bring a white one - A delay for delivery due to "green fruit engineering" difficulty's can be expected!
hm.... lots of Apple products are at the end of their product life cycle.
iPhone, pretty much all iPods, the white MacBook and the Mac mini need the Sandy Bridge treatment, and the Mac Pro is waiting for Intel's new sockets and Xeon processors.
I think a new iPhone is unlikely. Just throwing a new iPhone out there without a lengthy keynote does not create the right kind of buzz.
[citation][nom]dingerkingh[/nom]Any chance it's the new Lion os?[/citation]
Thats what I was possibly thinking, but I don't see why they would do such a secretive launch... Steve announced it at WWDC last year, and slated a summer release. Besides, unless they completely revamped the entire OS, it's not enough for them to have that big of a release.
I was thinking that it may be an Apple-based gaming console... Like a ridiculously suped-up Apple TV designed for gaming.
Geez, you guys are over-thinking this. Obviously, Apple plans on unveiling the iCurtain. It'll be available in black for the first 10 months, then in white, shortly before they introduce the iCurtain 2, which goes up and down at double the rate of the original iCurtain.
[citation][nom]sbgirling[/nom]Apple is launching a $1,000 scaled back version of the Mac Pro using the i5/i7 processors. User replaceable, RAM/hard drives/video cards.[/citation]
I hope so since the current Macbook version has old hardware such as the 3 year old Core2Duo.