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Apple planning iPod nano 1GB, 13.3-inch iBook and more?

Posted on Friday, February 03 2006 @ 21:09:23 CET by

ThinkSecret rounds up a bunch of the rumours regarding Apple's upcoming products.

First is is expected that Apple will replace their 12.1" and 14.1" iBook notebooks with a new widescreen 13.3" iBook. They may be announced in March, with availability in April. These iBooks will have a new enclosure, an update to the original one that was launched in 2001.

Another rumour is about an upcoming 1GB iPod nano from Apple. This may be set to replace the iPod shuffle in the near future.
Meanwhile, research analysts at UBS this week told investors they expect a 1GB version of Apple's iPod nano to replace the iPod shuffle in the near future, without elaborating further. The firm also said it expects an Apple media center could arrive as early as April to exploit the company's lead in the digital media space, and not to rule out an Apple-branded cell phone later this year. Think Secret first reported on Apple's media center ambitions last November.
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