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Im wondering what everyone has heard about the April 1st Apple release

Im expecting

1. an Intel iBook with a considerable price drop

2. the long awaited iPodAV, which i have reason to believe may have a mobile version of front row

3. unibins of more Apple software

4. itunes movie store

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Im wondering what everyone has heard about the April 1st Apple release

Im expecting

1. an Intel iBook with a considerable price drop

2. the long awaited iPodAV, which i have reason to believe may have a mobile version of front row

3. unibins of more Apple software

4. itunes movie store

 

a widescreen Intel iBook AKA MacBook

17" MacBook Pro (Rumored)

4" video iPod w/ iTunes movie store

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How about a 12" MacBook Pro?
Yes, pleeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaassssssssssseeeeeeee :)

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I hope Jobs can get good deals with the movie studios (Other than Disney, that one is for sure and I personally don't care), and impose the Pay-to-own model over subscription (what the studios want), I guess both could work at the same time too.

 

And I'm waiting for a 12" Widescreen iBook too, but the buying decision depends on specs.

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I Found a interesting comment on cnet.co.uk about a possible flash version of the video iPod:

 

Rumblings on sites such as Think Secret speculate on a new video iPod with a larger screen that could be released in April, to coincide with Apple's 30th anniversary. Some expect to see two versions of the next video iPod: one that keeps the existing 60GB hard drive, and a slimmer, solid-state version that uses one or two 8GB or 12GB flash cards.

 

 

 

Also, shuldn't be this tread on Apple Opinions and Discussion

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