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Apple to Hold "One More Thing..." Media Event October 12th [Updated]

Apple to Hold "One More Thing..." Media Event October 12th [Updated]

by , 4:05 PM EDT, October 4th, 2005

Apple Computer has invited media representatives to a media event called "One more thing..." on October 12th, 2005. As with other such invitations, the company has not given any indication as to the specific nature of the event, but Apple has used these kinds of platforms to introduce the iTunes Music Store, iPod nano, and other new products.

In addition, Apple CEO Steve Jobs has long used the phrase, "Oh, and one more thing," when introducing major new products at the end of his keynote addresses.

Most of the company's media events have been held at the Moscone West convention center in San Francisco. The last event to be held in the California Theatre was the introduction of the iPod photo and iPod U2 Special Edition (see our photo gallery from that event for some great images with Steve Jobs, Bono, and The Edge).

"Please join us at the California Theatre in San Jose on October 12 at 10:00 AM [PDT]," the company said in the invitation received by The Mac Observer.

[Update: This article was updated with additional information. - Editor]

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