“One of the more interesting things that we know for sure about Apple’s big event this week is the venue. Apple has booked the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco, rather than hosting it at its Cupertino headquarters,” Rob Enderle writes for TechNewsWorld. “To me, what this signals is that Apple isn’t quite sure of this product and wants to distance itself, in a way.”
MacDailyNews Take: Holy crap. Some other things that Apple has announced at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts over the years include: multiple versions of iTunes, the debut of movies in iTunes Store, and multiple generations of iPod shuffle, iPods, iPod touches, and iPod nanos. Using Enderlean logic, Apple wasn’t sure of iPod and iTunes and therefore chose Yerba Buena in order to distance themselves from the products. Our Great Aunt Edith could provide better tech analysis and she died in 1978.
Enderle continues, “In terms of secrecy, this is the Bizarro of Apple launches, making me wonder if there is a Steve Jobs clone running Apple and whether instead of being a copy, he’s a mirror image. I’ll guess we’ll know when he presents the product wearing white.”
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