“Apple has rented a stage at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco for several days in late January, according to people familiar with the plans,” David Gelles reports for The Financial Times.
“Apple is expected to use the venue to make a major product announcement on Tuesday, January 26th. Both YBCA and Apple declined to comment,” Gelles reports.
Gelles reports, “Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster today speculated that an event was imminent. ‘We believe there is a 75 per cent likelihood that Apple will have an event in January and a 50 per cent chance that it will be held to launch the Apple Tablet,’ he wrote in a new research note. ‘If Apple announced the Tablet in January, it would likely ship later in the March quarter.'”
Gelles reports, “Yesterday we reported that Apple is working to solidify a new round of content deals with TV studios. Meanwhile, publishers have been working on new versions of digital magazines that would be viewed on touch screen computers.”
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