Apple's online store went offline Monday morning and was replaced with the familiar "We'll be back soon" notice ahead of the company's keynote presentation at the World Wide Developer Conference. The familiar notice usually indicates that new product announcements are on the way, and many are expecting new iPhone models, iPhone Software 3.0 and even Mac OS X 10.6.
Apple has done its part to help stoke the fires in the rumor mills by releasing iTunes 8.2, temporarily taking MobileMe services offline for maintenance, and upgrading the entry-level white MacBook all in recent days.
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