Apple Store Is Offline

Posted: Apr 7 2009, 5:51am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:45pm CDT, in News | Apple

 
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The Apple Store is down right now, which we all know means that new products are coming when it opens back up. Exactly what products those will be are unknown. The odds of it being something really cool like the new iPhone are nil.

Anything particularly groundbreaking would be unveiled at a press conference or WWDC coming soon. So what we are looking at is likely a minor product update like higher capacity storage for the Time Capsule backup device.

It would be cool though if something really wild like the much-rumored Apple netbook popped up when the store comes back. Perhaps we will see an updated iPod or something. Then again maybe the big announcement at WWDC will be the Apple netbook and we are about to get a new iPhone. Who knows?

Via Apple. Update: Apple Store is back with new Xserve servers.

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