Wednesday, January 22, 2003

What a difference a day makes

I'm catching up on a day's worth of rumors, and what a day it was.
Here some highlights:

- Spymac reports that Apple might start selling clothes through their retail outlets. You might remember that Apple Retail stores sold small Apple-Branded products for about a week around Thanksgiving last year.
- Mac Rumors, Mac OS Rumors, and Spymac are all reporting about new LCDs from Apple.
- MacWhispers reports that Apple has ordered low-power Firewire 800 bridge chipsets from Texas Instruments. Apparently, the ordered parts would only be iPod compatible, this has sparked wild rumors about upcoming iPod updates.
- And speaking of the iPod, Mac Rumors has pointed out that Apple's online store isn't shipping the 5 GB iPod. Apple claims that the 5 GB iPod stock was depleted from holiday sales. The 10 and 20 GB iPods are shipping in 5 to 7 days.
- OS X Audio reports that the next iApp will be an audio app called iTracks.
- Finally, Mac Rumors is also reporting on the possibility that the IBM PowerPC 970 could be in mass production on February 24.

Of course, talk of upcoming iMac upgrades are still flying around.


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