“Apple Inc. will probably update its line of aluminum-cased iMac desktop computers and unveil a new version of its operating system at the Macworld Expo conference next month, analysts said,” Bloomberg reports.
“Apple will likely also show a redesigned Mac mini, stripped-down computers that sell without a keyboard and monitor, said Brian Marshall, an analyst at Broadpoint.AmTech in San Francisco,” Bloomberg reports.
“‘The product refreshes will be largely cosmetic,’ Marshall said in an interview. ‘The most disappointing aspect of this Macworld is there will be no introduction of a low-cost iPhone,'” Bloomberg reports.
“Philip Schiller, senior vice president of worldwide product marketing, will give the opening address in place of Jobs,” Bloomberg reports.
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