Rumors Claim Strange Apple Event in February

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As if rumors of pending iPad and iPhone refreshes aren’t enough, a new rumor claims that Apple is planning a media event for early February. Instead of calling the even “special,” however, this event is being called “strange.”

Strange Apple event in February? We'll see.News of this alleged “strange” event comes courtesy of the Japanese website Macotakara who also said the press event wouldn’t be product-related.

Since “strange” can mean anything from “even after attending the event we still aren’t sure what it was about,” to Phil Schiller performing interpretive dance to illustrate Apple’s dominance in the tablet market, the company could have almost anything planned — assuming the report is accurate.

Macotakara previously reported that Apple would announce the iPad 3 in February and ship it March. The site is now claiming the announcement and release will both happen in March, indicating the rumored February event won’t be iPad-related.

Apple doesn’t comment on rumor or speculation, so the only way we’ll know for sure if this unusual media event really is happening will come when invitations start showing up.

Comments

JonGl

I’m liking that “crystal” ball. grin

Ross Edwards

SBE CPUs, announcement of refreshed Mac Pro, radically different from current Mac Pro and finally settling once and for all whether Apple is still going to court business from creative professionals.

Lee Dronick

SBE CPUs, announcement of refreshed Mac Pro, radically different from current Mac Pro and finally settling once and for all whether Apple is still going to court business from creative professionals.

I would like to see that.

mrmwebmax

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I’d like to see that, too, even though my iMac gets the job done for me.

Lee Dronick

I replaced my G3 MacPro with an iMac and yes I found it more than adequate for my needs. Of course other users may need a MacPro so I was speaking as an AAPL shareholder.

iJack

The “strange” media event will be that Apple have bought the Federal Reserve Bank.

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