“I spoke to a source at Apple this morning, before the invite hit my inbox, who said the event would likely focus on three projects: The tablet device, iPhone 4, and a new round of iLife 2010 software,” Morris wrote. “While we won’t see new iPhone hardware just yet, we will see the next-generation software.”
Morris went on to offer a caveat that Apple sometimes changes its mind about what products to introduce at the last minute. He noted last September’s iPod unveiling, when a new iPod touch was introduced without a camera due to rumored technical issues. Sources have told AppleInsider that the company still intends to add a camera to a future iPod touch.
The report also follows a rumor from earlier this month that Apple could ship a multi-touch version of iWork when the tablet debuts. It was not said whether iLife 2010 would be available for the tablet.
Adenda: nove dias mais tarde a marca apresentou pela primeira vez o “revolucionário (?)” iPad (no dia 27 de Janeiro de 2010).