07:31:08 pm on January 8, 2007 |
Although Apple spokesperson Natalie Kerris declined comment on “rumors and speculation,” bloggers, enthusiasts and investors have been continually guessing whether Steve Jobs will unveil a smartphone (which some are calling iPhone), iTV or both at this week’s Macworld.
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Technophiles are eagerly waiting to learn whether the king of digital music can colonize an entirely new category of consumer electronics.
Steve Jobs, chief executive of Apple Computer Inc., is expected to launch at least one revolutionary product Tuesday at the Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco. Speculation has focused mainly on an Apple-branded cellular phone and a set-top box that allows people to send video from their computers to their televisions.
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