Get ready for new Apple iPods, overhauled MacBooks, and refreshed iMacs

“With a multinational iPhone 3G launch now successfully under its belt, electronics maker Apple Inc. is preparing to close out the year with a final phase of product introductions that will stretch over the course of the next two months,” Kasper Jade reports for AppleInsider.

“Included on the company’s roadmap are new iPods, overhauled notebooks, and refreshed iMacs, according to people familiar with the situation. They say availability of those products should follow that particular progression, with a handful of ancillary announcements staggered in between,” Jade reports.

“It will all kick off in September when the Cupertino-based firm attempts to dazzle the media through the showmanship of chief executive Steve Jobs, who will headline an event believed to be tentatively scheduled for the second week of the month,” Jade reports.

Much more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Judge Bork” for the heads up.]

50 Comments

  1. “With a multinational iPhone 3G launch now SUCCESSFULLY under its belt”

    LOL

    I guess you haven’t used a 3G iPhone? Let alone software 2.0, 2.0.1, 2.0.2. Let;s not even mention Mobileme.

  2. Ten posts as I write this and we’ve got stock dip, snappier, 3G failure, MobileMe failure, and health issues, but nothing on mid-range towers/headless Macs or glossy screens?

    Come on, people. Stop slacking!

  3. As long as the iPod touch has an external speaker, I’ll buy one.

    People say the iPod touch shouldn’t have an external speaker, but it is more than an iPod, it is an internet device, and gaming platform. It needs a speaker.

  4. I’m so inspired by my iMac’s glossy screen that I have shaved my nutsack and shined it glossy. If I yank my scrotum I can see the reflection of my balls in the glossy screen, and reflection of the glossy screen in my glossy balls. It is a glossy dream come glossy true! On my SACK!

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