Apple Insider reports about an Apple commercial about a new mystery product being filmed at a restaurant called “Jax at the Tracks” in Truckee, California. The owner of the restaurant, Bud Haley, said:
“Apple found us, they’re trying to show us as a hip and cool spot for the 20-something crowd.”
» Apple Mystery Product Commercial Filmed In California
Roger’s Wireless Web Page needs to explain a few things. We reported about the site two days ago. It seemed a new version of the iPhone 3GS would soon appear. But the 8GB iPhone will probably never come. The picture provided with our post showed a blue ‘V’ to mark the 8GB iPhone as a 3GS version, but it now seems to have been a system-error.
» It Seems 8GB iPhone 3GS Was System-error
It seems the iPhonw 3GS will soon be available in another flavour: the 8GB version. Right now only one 8GB version of the iPhone is available: the iPhone 3G. But according to Roger’s Wireless Web Page, the 8GB model of the iPhone 3GS will be in stores soon. The “iPhone Comparison” tab on Rogers’ iPhone 3GS page contains a chart (picture above) listing the features of the iPhone 3G and 3GS, noting near the bottom that the 3GS is available in 8 GB, 16 GB, and 32 GB capacities.
» 8GB iPhone 3GS Appears On Roger Canada
Boy Genius Report has received a tip from a “pretty reliable source” claiming to have knowledge of several new features to be included in iTunes 9. The rumored features include support for Blu-ray media and visual organization of iPhone and iPod touch applications within iTunes, as well as some form of social networking/media integration.
» Blu-ray and iPhone Apps Organisation Support In iTunes 9?
Fortune summarizes a research report from Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, who thinks Apple could sell two million of its rumored tablet computer in 2010 at $600 each. He also shows a mockup of what he thinks the device will look like (see picture above). » Analyst Gene Munster And His Thoughts About Mac Tablet
Apple has a lot of ads. There are the most familiar ads about the differences between the Mac and the PC. But there are ofcourse ads about the iPhone as well. And the familiar ads in that genre are the “There’s an app for that” ads. Apple has put another two of those apps on their website. They’re called “Share” and ”Travel”.
» ‘Share’ And ‘Travel’, Two New iPhone Ads
The website iPhoneplatform heard, that Apple is busy making an iPhone-version of iLife (the software pack with tools to edit audio, videos and photo’s and a tool to make simple websites). But it seems it will take a while before the software is available: somewhere in 2010, in the App Store for payment. It is possible the software can be bought in a bundle or as four seperate applications. The website says it got its information from a reliable source.
» Rumor: iPhotoiLife ’10 For iPhone