WWDC 2010 Expections: Magic Trackpad, IPhone 4G, Safari 5, Apple TV

Posted: Jun 7 2010, 9:57am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 8:14am CDT , in Rumors


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Steve Jobs is taking the stage at 10am PCT at the WWDC 2010 to deliver his keynote speech. Besides the new iPhone 4G for 2010, there are several other new Apple products that are rumored to be part of the big show.
Earlier today photos of the Magic Trackpad or also dubbed Magic Slate appeared. This Bluetooth input accessory would bring full finger gesture input your Apple Mac computer.

Apple is also supposed to unveil a new version of Safari. French website MacGeneration posted a scan of a support page of Safari 5.
Safari 5 would include Safari Reader (special text read mode for articles), improved HTML5 support, improved performance and many improvements.

Another hot rumored topic is around Apple's ambitions in the TV land. Besides a new $99 iPhone operated Apple TV box, Apple is also rumored to deliver a TV service.

The LaLa purchase and shut down fills rumors about new cloud enhanced iTunes. Apple could host your playlists and more in the cloud.

Other Apple rumors that are currently floating around suggest that Apple could also unveil finally the iPod touch with camera, new iMacs, new Mac mini and new Mac Pros.

Despite the iPhone 4G leak the Apple WWDC 10 keynote should be exciting.

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