MacWorld 2008: There's something in the air.

Jan 12 2008, 8:00am CST | by , in News | Other Stuff

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MacWorld 2008: There's something in the air.
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The first photos from the outside of the MacWorld 2008 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco appeared.

The big mantra for the MacWorld Expo 2008 is apparently "There's something in the air."

There are once again a lot of rumors in the air before Steve Jobs takes the stage to present his highly anticipated keynote speech.
To get me excited Steve needs to drop a new smaller iPhone, the long discussed and logical next step: iPhone nano. A 3G iPhone is too predictable and actually not really hot news as Apple just has to deliver it sometime in 2008.

More likely though is that Apple will announce some big media play in the video area (along with a new Apple TV) and possibly a small and light notebook based on new Intel Menlow chipset. Blu-ray could also get adopted by Apple at the MacWorld, making HD DVD a bit more dead.

The MacWorld starts Monday January 14th.
See several hi-res photos from the outside of MacWorld Expo 2008 at Apple Insider.

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