FOXNews: ‘Big’ Apple event confirmed for January, focused on ‘mobility space’

“Following a Financial Times report that Apple has scheduled a special media event for January 26th in San Francisco, I’ve spoken to a source inside Apple who confirmed a ‘big’ event for January,” Clayton Morris reports for FOXNews.com.

“While nothing official has been handed down from the notoriously tight-lipped company, my source took the Financial Times report one step further by saying this event will focus on the mobility space,” Morris reports.

Full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Robert S.” for the heads up.]

103 Comments

  1. I think it would be fitting if Apple simply announced a new version of iWork that was cloud-based at their “big event” in January. All the analysts and experts could then explain why their sources and research proved to be full of crap.

  2. Question: Do we think the tablet will be strictly 3G and tied to a carrier? Or will it be like the iPod touch and only wireless? Or a combination of both? My point is this……. will a tablet be tied only to a cellular carrier??? If so, that would be the STUPIDEST move Apple Inc. could make.

  3. I predict no “tablet” or whatever. Stock will tumble. Future of Apple will be announced as grim. End of all mankind will be predicted. Zune Tang will be elected president after Obama is impeached. Dell will become most innovative company in the industry. Oh excuse me, must have been bad egg nog!

  4. Not sure if you are serious about that, but if you are, just the fact that you use their own marketing slogan in your description of them makes your opinion completely suspect.

    I could repeatedly you I’m 9 feet tall yet but that wouldn’t be true either.

  5. possibly new cpus for macbook pros? i would buy one even with the core 2 duo cpus if the 15″ had a higher res 1680×1050 or even better 1920×1080/1200. iv seen crappy lookin laptos out there with fhd screens in 15″

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